The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer was a videogame system which was available during the 1990s. This was a highly promoted team system, but unfortunately due to its excessively high price, sales did not do that well. This system was a 32-bit system to utilise custom coprocessors and was also the first games system to feature interactive movie game playing. The system was featured throughout the world, from the ages to the American continent, and even came with special models released in Japan, as well as Korea. There was an attempt to make a 64-bit model of the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, but unfortunately, due to the overcrowded market created by Nintendo and Sega. They decided to abort this 64-bit unit.
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Original Authors: Nick (Globel Team)
Edit Update Authors: M.A.Harris
Updated On: 15/08/2008