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Complete list of all Consoles ever made

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by Taz, Feb 8, 2003.

  1. Taz

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    Here we go, heres a complete list (still growing at present) of every console ever made! Please post a reply and I will add to the list.

    Taz.


    Acetronic MPU
    Acorn Atom
    Acorn Electron
    Akor TV-Boy
    Amstrad GX4000
    Amstrad Mega PC
    Atari 1040ST
    Atari 2600 jr.
    Atari 400
    Atari 5200
    Atari 520ST
    Atari 600XL
    Atari 65XE
    Atari 7800
    Atari 800
    Atari 800XL
    Atari Jaguar
    Atari Jaguar CD
    Atari Lynx
    Atari Lynx II
    Atari Pong
    Bally Astrocade
    Bandai Wonderswan
    Bandai Wonderswan Colour
    Bandai Crystal
    BBC model A
    BBC model B
    CBS Colecovision
    Coleco Gemini
    Coleco QuizWiz
    Coleco Telstar Arcade
    Coleco Total Control 4
    Commodore 64
    Commodore Amiga 1000
    Commodore Amiga 2000
    Commodore Amiga 3000
    Commodore Amiga 32CD
    Commodore Amiga 500
    Commodore Amiga 600
    Commodore Amiga CDTV
    Commodore C-128
    Commodore C-128D
    Commodore C16
    Commodore C-64
    Commodore C-64 G
    Commodore C-64GS
    Commodore Plus/4
    Commodore SX-64
    Commodore VIC 20
    Conic TVG -
    Creatronic Mega Duck
    Daewoo Zemmix CPC-51
    Dragon 32
    Dragon 64
    Entex Space Invader 2
    Fairchild channel F
    Fairchild Channel F
    FM Towns + Varieties
    Fortune Hand Game SY-3000B (Taiwanese Game Boy clone)
    Game.com
    Gamepark GP32
    GCE Vetrex
    Genesis 3
    Hartung Game Master
    Hitachi Hi-Saturn
    Interton VC4000
    Intervision 2001
    'Jupiter Ace'
    JVC WonderMega
    JVC X'Eye
    JVC V-Saturn
    Magnavox Odyssey
    Magnavox Odyssey 2
    Majesco Game Gear (same as Sega's but newer, 2000)
    Mangavox Oddessey
    Mark Video Game
    Mattel Intellivision
    MGA Game Wizard
    Microsoft Xbox
    Milton Bradley Comp IV
    Milton Bradley Microvision
    MUTI Game Kid / Game Child
    NEC PC Engine
    NEC PC Engine Core Grafx
    NEC PC Engine Core Grafx II
    NEC PC Engine Duo
    NEC PC Engine Duo-R
    NEC PC Engine Duo-RX
    NEC PC Engine GT
    NEC PC Engine Super CD
    NEC PC Engine Super Grafx
    NEC PC FX
    NEC PC-Engine LT
    NEC Turbo CD
    NEC Turbo Duo
    NEC Turbo Express
    NEC TurboGrafx 16
    Neo Geo CDZ
    Neo Geo Pocket Colour
    Nintendo 64
    Nintendo 64 DD
    Nintendo Entertainment System(NES)
    Nintendo Famicom
    Nintendo Famicom Disk System
    Nintendo Famicom Jr
    Nintendo Game Boy Light
    Nintendo Gameboy
    Nintendo Gameboy Advance
    Nintendo Gameboy colour
    Nintendo Gameboy pocket
    Nintendo Gameboy Pocket Light
    Nintendo Gameboy SP
    Nintendo Gamecube
    Nintendo Super Famicom
    Nintendo Super Famicom Jr
    Nintendo Super Nintendo
    Nintendo VirtualBoy
    Nuon
    Oric
    Panasonic 3DO
    Panasonic FZ-1 3DO Developer Station
    Panasonic FZ-10 3DO
    Panasonic Q
    Philips Cdi-350/360/370/210/450
    Philips videopac 1 + 2
    Philips Videopac G-7000
    Pioneer Laseractive
    Pippin
    Playdia
    Quickshot SuperVision
    Radofin Programmable Video Game
    Radofin Tele-Sports III
    RCA Studio II
    Redant Game Axe
    Schmid TVG 2000
    Sears 7-in-1 Sports
    Sega (Majesco) Genesis 3
    Sega Dreamcast
    Sega Dreamcast Divers unit (TV/DC combi)
    Sega Game Gear
    Sega Game Gear Blue (Different CPU)
    Sega Genesis
    Sega Mark III
    Sega Master System
    Sega MasterSystem II
    Sega Mega Drive 32X
    Sega Mega-CD
    Sega Mega-CD II
    Sega Megadrive
    Sega Megadrive II
    Sega Mega Jet
    Sega MultiMega (CDX)
    Sega Nomad
    Sega Saturn
    Sega SC-3000
    Sega SG-1000
    Sega Video Driver
    Sharp X6800
    Sinclair QL
    Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K and 128K
    SNK Neo Geo
    SNK Neo Geo CD
    SNK Neo Geo Pocket
    SNK Neo Geo Pocket Colour
    Sony MSX
    Sony MSX 2
    Sony Playstation
    Sony Playstation 2
    Sony PSOne
    Soundic Soundic
    Soundic Soundicvision SD-200
    Tandy TRS80
    TetraDrive (M.D. in VCR)
    Tiger Game.com + Pocket Pro/Light
    Tiger Game.com original
    Tiger Game.com Pocket Pro
    Tiger PlayMaker
    Tiger R-Zone headset
    Tiger R-Zone X.P.G.
    Tomy Compubowl
    Tomy Elect. Formula 1
    Top Guy (handheld NES)
    Videojet MegaDuck
    Viewmaster InteractiveVision
    Vtech CreatiVision
    Vtech Socrates
     
  2. Rampage

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    Hi, should the Sony PSX be on there?
     
  3. H4r7y

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    sony PSP and the DS are missing from there too
    :)
     
  4. Obuggrit

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    Does Sega Neptune count? I think it might be the MegaPC- a Megadrive merged with a 386 PC (I think there was a 486 version too)
     
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    great thread, brings back some great/bad memories. Particularly the Atari Jaguar, never had one but wasn't it meant to be the BIG thing in consoles and for some reason I can't remember, it died very quickly.

    It was the MegaPC Obuggrit. Remember seeing that in an old PC mag of mine from years ago. Cost about a grand!
     
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    jaguar....... first 16 bit? or was it 32it?
     
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    atari vcs 2600 (the wooden style)
    amiga 4000 (though considered as upgradable pc)
    neo geo aes
    Nintendos Mario game and watch
    Nintendos dual screen Donkey kong (see dual screens have been around for 20 years)
    nintendos The Color TV Game 6
    nintendos Color TV Game 15
    snes 2 (remake of the usa snes)
    Tomy Pyu-Ta Jr. (Console version of Tomy Tutor)
    Vectrex
    Magnavox CD-I (another version of philips cdi)

    im sure there is more
     
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    No offense but aren't there a hell of a lot of computers listed there ?

    I thought a console was and always will be a games-only type system (by default - before anyone says Xbox running Linux) ?
     
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    Oh yeah, theres the Pikachu N64 too, it's not just a colour change, it's got a different power on switch and the LED is in a different place. You've gotta have that included lol. Probably doesn't count though.
    Those LCD single game handhelds shouldn't count because there are billions of the buggers.
    Amigas are really computers rather thanconsoles. Only the CD32 is a console.
    Theres also the A500+. A1200, A2500. A3500, A3000T, and probably A4000T, and various released and unreleased PPC based Amigas.
    Theres also the Spectrum ZX 80 and 81 and I think 82.
    I think Acorn brought out a few more computers. One had an 68030 CPU but I can't remember the name of it
     
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    Amstrad CPC 464. The one with the green screen
     
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    Amstrad / Sega Mega PC?
     
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    i had colour screen with my amstrad cpc 464, none of that crappy green. The 464 and 6128 were home computers. same with the archimedes, C16, C64, Vic20 and amigas.
    The most important one missing from that list is the PC engine/turbogfx

    does any one remember the tomytronic 3d ?
    [​IMG]
     
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    What about these new retro joystick consoles? e.g. the Namco one, Atari one, etc.

    Should they be included too?
     
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    yes deffo, they are consoles :)
    i think these should be added in there too

    nintendo ique
    sega megadrive playtv
    Game Axe (handheld nes, asia)
    sega saturn vcd
    Turbo Express System (handheld pc engine)
     
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    Well if you have the Amiga A1200 you have to have the Atari Falcon.
     
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    Neither...it was 64 bit ;)
     
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    What about all the MSX series of compatible home computers? Released mid to late 80s as I remember. They had cartridge slots for games so were a kind of hybrid PC/console (like the Xbox :D ) . Panny, Tosh, Sharp and JVC all released near identical ones.
     
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    http://db.gamefaqs.com/console/jaguar/file/atari_jaguar.txt

    Were there any good games made for the Falcon? I remember it used a 68030 running at 16Mhz - God knows why they just didn't run a cheaper 680EC20 at that speed, it wouldn't have made much of a difference at all. It was a superior machine to a vanilla Amiga 1200 though.
     
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    not a console, its a computer.....
     
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    Yeah, take out all the computers - you'll be there for ages typing them all in lol

    Theres a series of Joypad shaped consoles that have NES, Spectrum and C64, and I think thre might be an SNES one comig out with games built in. Do they count?
     
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    Actually it wasn't true 64 bit (even though it pretended to be). It was infact running 2 32 bit processors in a dual configuration giving it a suedo 64 bits. :thumbsup:

    Oh and don't forget the Sega WonderMega!! see here Basically a re-brand of the JVC machine by SEGA :thumbsup:
     
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    Aren't there two new consoles, the Phantom and the Apextreme
     
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    I had never heard of those consoles before you brought them up, blofeldt. I looked them up on google, and theres a 3rd PC/Console called "Discover". I only know the predicted price for the Apextreme - $700, which is a rip off frankly - you can get a much more powerful PC for that price. It's more hassle, yeah, but most GFX cards now make it easy to connect a PC to a TV.
     
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    Same story with the SNES in fact, that was 2 8 bit processors running dual. It had a fast slower clock speed than the MD.

    Funny how in most generations of consoles it's the lowest "specced" machine that seems to have the best sales - NES, SNES, PS1, PS2.

    Maybe Nintendo do have a point about people not necessarily going for the best technology.
     
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    Lynx computer and Memotech MTX 512 blew up after only ten mins and I mean blew up. :suicide:
     
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    Yes this is often true - it has always been the games that have sold the machine, not the other way around. Although the PS1 was much better specced than the Saturn (especially in terms of it's 3D capability).
     
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    The Saturn had brilliant 2D architecture, it's a shame people were obsessed with 3D at that time, though.
    Looking back, though, the PSX's 3D was quite terrible really - nearly every polygon game had "wobbly" and glitchy polygons. I can remember seeing any games on the Saturn that were that flakey, but then I've only played a few.
     
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    "Lynx computer and Memotech MTX 512 blew up after only ten mins and I mean blew up."

    My dad got me an atari home console, it blew up while he was testing it. So i endered up with an amega, which after a few years lead on to the glorious PC.

    Which incedently is the best and most expensive game machine ever and has the largest library of games, plus with the use of emulators lets you play pretty much any game for any other (although older) console.
    Not sure what the culmative yearly sales for all pc games vs console games (individual machines) is though, the consoles probably still win on that.
     
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    Spectrum 16K
    the Spectrum was originally a 16K machine - but it could run the early ultimate games (jetpac, trans-am, pssst etc).
    was also availavle in +2 and +3 form (both 128K), +3 has a 3" floppy drive. wierd size.
     

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