Atari Jaguar 64-bit
The Jaguar includes such technical features as morphing, transparency, lighting and shading, unlimited sprites, 32-bit color, and the ability to render 850 million pixels per second. The Jaguar comes with one 17-button controller, TV hookups, power supply, and the game, Cybermorph.
In comparison to other game systems of the day, the Jaguar falls somewhere between the Super Nintendo and 3DO. However debate continues whether the Jaguar was more or less powerful than the 3DO. In addition, because the Jaguar wasn't designed to push polygons as the PlayStation was, many continue to believe it couldn't keep up, even though the specifications are similar. In fact, John Carmack (author of Doom) claims "If the Jaguar had dumped the 68k and offered a dynamic cache on the risc processors and had a tiny bit of buffering on the blitter, it could have put up a reasonable fight against Sony."
The Jaguar was Atari's last home video game system.
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