It was 1993 and Atari wanted to get back in the console game in a big way. They released the Jaguar, claiming it was the first 64 bit console to mass market. With the competitors being all 32 bit consoles, it was marketed under the slogan “Do the Math”. While titles initially released on the console include cult classics such as “Doom” and “Wolfenstein 3D”, the Jaguar was mostly a failure, which probably had something to do with its 22 (Twenty Two) button controller. Do the math.
Stupid Atari, gamers are too dumb to do math. They only want to scream racist tirades and believe they’re participating in “art”
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