The Virtual Boy pioneered portable 3D gaming, but became Nintendo's biggest (and arguably only) market blunder. Despite innovative display technology, various design and marketing mistakes doomed it to poor sales and quick retirement. Fewer than two dozen titles came out worldwide and only 14 in North America.
Launched on July 02, 1995
Hosts 22 games
The V.Smile is an educational video game console made for young children.
Launched on August 29, 2005
Hosts 36 games
An 8-bit computer produced by Commodore Electronics Ltd. It was the first microcomputer to sell one million units.
Launched on May 01, 1980
Hosts 105 games
The Vectrex was a short lived home video game system that used Vector graphics. Most games came with a colored 'overlay' for the screen to give the illusion of the game being in color.
Launched on November 03, 1982
Hosts 23 games