Jaguar

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Jaguar
Jaguar Logo.gif
Jaguarconsole.jpg
Basic Information
Type(s)
Home Console
Generation
Fifth
Atari
Atari 7800
Jaguar II
Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Over 300,000
Alien vs. Predator
Technical Information
Jaguar Cartridge
Features
2 x 32-bit CPUs
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release
November 181993
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The Jaguar was a video game console released in December 1993 by Atari. The system used cartridges, and was actually only 32 bits, but had two processors (Atari's logic was that 32 × 2 = 64, so a system with 2 × 32- bit processors = 64-bits). The Jaguar was looked upon by many as a disappointment due to its failure to bring many next-generation quality titles to its system, and some viewed its controller setup as ridiculous[citation needed]. The Atari Jaguar was the last of Atari's consoles before the Flashback came out in 2004

The setup of the controller.

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