@madredekd I came here to vote for the Jaguar. It was far and away the best of its time; it just never got enough games to be viable. I remember thinking the graphics were stunning when I first played. I think I only ever got Rayman and Atari’s pinball game.
Atari Lynx was by far the coolest handheld. I felt like I was in the arcade playing games like APB, Xenophobe, Rampage, Klax, and Roadblasters for about 15 minutes until I needed a fresh set of batteries.
@jiltant I am glad there are still a few Atari die-hards out there! I remember the slogan for the Lynx - Grey Matters! (referring to the inferior Nintendo game boy which was still black and white) Atari really dropped the ball, they could have ruled the market.
My friend had an Odyssey AND and Odyssey 2. The original Odyssey had plastic film that would stick to the TV screen via static electricity to make rooms or other “on screen” architecture.
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