The Nerd gives us a history on Atari's library of game consoles. Along with show casing most of the consoles Atari manufactured for the market. He mentions how with so many consoles to choose from in the gaming market, Atari had to come up with a console that would wow gamers. The Jaguar 64 was introduced to the public and was the first console to use 64 bits of graphics. It was Atari's last console to be made and it reminded gamers that great graphics doesn't always mean great games. The Nerd pointed out how the cartridge games for the console have handles for some reason while the insert slot on the console lacks a door meaning dust can go inside it unless a cartridge is placed into the slot. His main complaint is that most of the games look no different from a Sega or Super Nintendo game. While the games that do use the full captivity of the console are bland and don't look like it's 64 bits of graphics. Written by
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This began a little trend I like to call "the Bit Wars". Nobody ever knew about bits before then, and nobody really cared. I mean, what are bits, anyway? Try explaining that to your parents. "I want a Super Nintendo for Christmas!" "Don't you already have Nintendo?" "Yeah, but this one's 16 bit!" "What's that?" "I don't know."
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