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R-Zone

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R-Zone headset with controller attached.
R-Zone cartridges also included the console screen.

History[edit]

The R-Zone HeadGear was launched in 1995 at a cost of $30.[1][2][3] This system was not successful for a number of reasons, notably including giving players headaches.[4]

The R-Zone SuperScreen was launched in 1996.[3] The R-Zone X.P.G. and R-Zone DataZone were released in 1997.[3]

After selling poorly production of the R-Zone ceased in 1997.[1]

The R-Zone was succeeded by the Game.com.

Technology[edit]

The R-Zone uses 4-bit Sharp SM5xx series processors.[5]

Notable games[edit]

  • Batman & Robin

Gallery[edit]

Headset[edit]

XGP[edit]

SuperScreen[edit]

External Resources[edit]

References[edit]