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    Last Game Released on a Console

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    These are the very last games officially released for a major console in North America.

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    Last Game Released on a Console last edited by PlamzDooM on 06/24/21 07:07PM View full history


    This list shows the last game released on each system (Note: these are for North American and licensed releases only, meaning no homebrew titles):


    Deep Pockets: Super Pro Pool and Billiards
    Deep Pockets: Super Pro Pool and Billiards
    • Because of the Gizmondo's immediate failure, no games other than the initial launch titles were released in North America, making every game on the system technically the last as well.
    • Deep Pockets: Super Pro Pool and Billiards was the last Intellivision game ever made, holding a copyright date of 1990. However, due to financial issues with INTV Corporation, the game was never commercially released for the system. It finally received a commercial release on September 29, 2010 for XBLM through Microsoft's Game Room service.
    • Super Asteroids & Missile Command for the Atari Lynx was never released outside of North America.
    • Samurai Deeper Kyo was the last game released for the Game Boy Advance in North America in 2008, but was originally released in Japan in 2002.
    • Sega of Japan began developing the Sega CD game Force Striker in 1994. However, when the game was near completion, Sega abandoned it. Years later, in 2005, Good Deal Games purchased unfinished copies of the game and went on to finish developing the game. The game was finally released in 2006 under the title Burning Fists: Force Striker and retailed for $30.

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