• What do you think of the SNK Neo-Star that you saw in one of my "Unreleased Consoles" videos?

      Loading editor
    • I haven't got time to watch it yet, sorry.

        Loading editor
    • It's #2 to let you know.

        Loading editor
    • It's #2? Oh, sorry I thought you meant #3.

      The like on the video says it all.

        Loading editor
      1. 1: Taito WoWoW
      1. 2: SNK Neo-Star
      1. 3: Project Tetsujin

      I'm doing #4 on the Infinium Labs Phantom

        Loading editor
    • Is there an unreleased console by SEGA or Nintendo, by any chance?

        Loading editor
    • Well, there was this CD-ROM-based add-on for the SNES. It was a joint-effort between Nintendo and Sony, but the project was scrapped after third-party issues leading to the Japanese gaming giant going to Philips, resulting in the unsuccessful CD-i console. From there, the original PlayStation was developed. Recently in February, Steve Lin from GREEGames had put up scans of the SNES-CD's technical documents online.

      Then, there's the Sega Pluto, a variant of the Sega Saturn with a new look, a built-in NetLink modem, and it was to have its own set of games. Only two prototypes were made. It was scrapped due to the PS1's overwhelming success in the U.S. market and the Sega NetLink service not being the most reliable.

      Last year, the prototypes had surfaced after over a decade of obscurity. I've seen one of them pop up on eBay a couple of times, and the seller asked for plenty of money. This is what it looks like For years, people thought that this was the BlackBelt, a console concept that never got to become the Sega Dreamcast, until the Pluto surfaced, that is.

      Then, there's also the Sega Neptune, which was to be a combination unit between the Sega Genesis and the 32X add-on (that which failed miserably in the market). 

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.