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The Atari Jaguar is a home video game console that was developed by Atari Corporation. The console was the sixth and last programmable console to be developed under the Atari brand, originally released in North America in November 1993. Atari Corp. tried to play down other consoles of the time (Genesis. Super NES, and 3DO Interactive Multiplayer) by proclaiming the Jaguar was the only "64-bit" system. This claim is questioned by some, because the CPU and GPU executed a 32-bit instruction-set, but sent control signals to the 64-bit graphics co-processors. Atari's reasoning that the 32-bit chips work in tandem to add up to a 64-bit system was ridiculed by Electronic Gaming Monthly, which commented that "If Sega did the math for the Sega Saturn the way Atari did the math for their 64-bit Jaguar system, the Sega Saturn would be a 112-bit monster of a machine." This Atari Jaguar 64 design includes the original red Jaguar mark along with the controversial 64-bit label and the classic Atari icon, all presented in an authentic vintage style with plenty of wear and tear to give it plenty of street cred.
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