The Forgotten Atari Jaguar Games of CES 1995

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The year is 1995, the Atari Jaguar has failed to take off in the way that Atari would have liked and will hardly last another year on store shelves. This meant that many games that were being developed exclusively for the platform would have a tough time ever seeing the light of day. Today, the National Videogame Museum takes you back in time to the Consumer Electronics Show 1995 to take a look at a pair of forgotten, unreleased Jaguar games.

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