3DO Interactive Multiplayer

3DO Interactive Multiplayer

The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer (often called simply 3DO) is a video game console originally produced by Panasonic in 1993. Further renditions of the hardware were released in 1994 by Sanyo and Goldstar. The consoles were manufactured according to...

Name 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
Release Date October 4, 1993
Developer The 3DO Company
Manufacturer Panasonic Corporation, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., GoldStar
Max Controllers 1 (up to 8 if daisy-chained)
Cpu 32-bit RISC ARM60 @ 12.5 MHz
Memory 2 MB main RAM and 1 MB video RAM
Graphics 3DO "CLIO" @ 25 MHz, 3DO "MADAM" @ 25 MHz
Sound 16-bit Stereo, Dolby Surround
Display 320x240 and 640x480
Media CD-ROM
Notes The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer (often called simply 3DO) is a video game console originally produced by Panasonic in 1993. Further renditions of the hardware were released in 1994 by Sanyo and Goldstar. The consoles were manufactured according to specifications created by The 3DO Company, and were originally designed by Dave Needle and RJ Mical of New Technology Group. The system was conceived by entrepreneur and Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins.
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