Designed to surpass the Mega Drive Genesis. Atari marketed the console as the world's first 64-bit game console. It was equipped with a 64-bit bus and two 32-bit processors. The system's library ultimately comprised only 50 licensed games. Developed by Flare Technology in the early 1990's after the cancellation of the Atari Panther console. Atari attempted to extend the lifespan of the system with the Atari Jaguar CD add-on. Failure of the Jaguar prompted Atari to leave the console market. Hasbro declared the Jaguar public domain, so hobbyists make games for it still today.
Below is the videogame library for browsing at random.
'Alien vs. Predator'
'Double Dragon 5: The-Shadow Falls'
'Fight for Life'
'Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story'
'Flashback: The Quest for Identity'
'Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure'
'Attack of the Mutant Penguins'
'Evolution: Dino Dudes'
'Val d'Isere: Skiing and Snowboarding'
'Fever Pitch Soccer'
'NBA Jam: Tournament Edition'
'White Men Can't Jump'
Our Atari Jaguar collection is 75% complete.
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