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Panasonic 3DO (1993)

The concept of replacing cartridges with playable CDs seemed groundbreaking when announced, creating an ultramodern buzz for Panasonic’s entertainment console. Developers finally had a platform that managed to explore the 3D graphics realm courtesy of its massive data storage and processing power. However, as Lawnmower Man as it all sounded, the 3DO just didn’t have enough muscle to wow the buying public, as numerous game delays and a $700 price tag only scared us away to more cost-efficient alternatives like the PlayStation.

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