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AtGames Reactor

The Reactor is a plug-in-and-play video game console first released in 2010. The console is styled very similarly to the Nintendo Wii, having wireless controllers that look similar to television remotes and that respond to movement. It retailed at £50 in the UK.

The Reactor is built off a similar console called the "Zone Wireless Gaming Console" (with 7 games). With the reactor there are 50 built in games, 20 of which are Sega Mega Drive titles, 14 are "arcade games" and 16 are "Interactive Sports games" which make use of the motion control technology.

The Megadrive games are officially licensed from Sega, although AtGame's Firecore Megadrive-on-a-chip produces sound of noticably lower quality than an original Megadrive.

Manufacturer: AtGames
Date: 2010

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH42281. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
AtGames Reactor


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