CD-i

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CD-i
[[File:Philips CD-i.jpg|300px]]
Basic Information
Type(s)
Hardware
[[Philips]][[Category:Philips]]
[[N/A]]
[[N/A]]
[[SNES
Genesis
TurboGrafx-16]]
567,000
Technical Information
CD-i, Audio CDCD+G, Karaoke CD, Video CD
Input(s)
Controller
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The Philips CD-i was a multimedia device released in 1991. It featured some game software on it, though not as much as your typical home console. The device is also notable for soiling the Zelda series  with three poorly made games. The CD-i also ruined the Mario series with Hotel Mario game. These games were not developed by Nintendo and series creator Shigeru Miyamoto had no input in their creation but Nintendo did give them permission to use them.

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