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Atari Jaguar Sega VR SN ProgramPad Tyco Power Plug

1993 was undoubtedly one of the strangest times in videogame history. The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, Philips CD-i, and Atari Jaguar were about to have a battle with no clear winner. Sega VR—which my Dad and I unforgettably tried on-stage at CES ‘92—was still thought to be coming out soon.

Programmable controllers/adaptors were being released because games were “requiring complicated moves that are difficult for the player to master.” Tyco’s Power Plug included settings for: Thrash™, Pro Thrash™, Power Steering, Auto Fire, Variable Turbo, and Clone.

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  7. newvisiontechnology said: hey now, Jaguar had AvP and was a little bit harder to break than the 3DO. Clear winner I think.
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