Born from a licensing agreement with the 3DO company, the largest electronics manufacturer Panasonic, launched what was to be their one and only console. Meant to be a gaming system that additionally functioned as a home entertainment system. The 3DO company had an surprising amount of consoles manufactured besides their own. Consoles were also branded by Panasonic, Goldstar, and Sanyo. Although the 3DO had solid hardware, it was very expensive, and entered a market with lower-priced options about to come. It also lacked quality launch titles. The 3DO company declared bankruptcy in short order. Panasonic lived on, but not without losing one of the greatest corporate fortunes ever.
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Mahjong Kuru Jidai: AV Gal Seifukuhen
Crash and Burn
EMIT: volume 2 - inochi Gakenotabi
'20th Century Video Almanac'
'Dennis Miller: That's News to Me'
'Pebble Beach Golf Links'
Hirata Shogo interactive Ehon: Sanhiki no Kabuta
'Shock Wave: Operation Jumpgate'
'Brain Dead 13'
Wing Commander 3: Heart of the Tiger
Nontan to issho Nohara de Asobo
'Twisted: the game show'
'FIFA: international Soccer'
'The Last Bounty Hunter'
'Stellar 7: Draxon's Revenge'
'Alone in the Dark: 2'
Virtual CameraMan: part 5 - Anzo Ari
EMIT: volume 3 - Watashini Sayonarao
Crayon Shin-Chan: Puzzle Daimaou no Nazo
'FlashBack: The Quest for identity'
'The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes'
Hirata Shogo interactive Ehon: Shirayuki Hime
Putt-Putt: Joins the Parade
'Kingdom of the Far Reaches'
PGA Tour: 1996
Tanjou: Debut Pure
'Sid Meier's: C.P.U. Bach'