Tanggal rilis: 1994/11/11
Developer: Matsushita Electronics / Panasonic
Perkiraan tiba di alamat pemesan: 2 minggu
– Region Japan (110 volt)
– Second hand.
– Kondisi box 80%
– Kelengkapan: Panasonic 3DO REAL FZ-1 game console, Manual book, Panasonic REAL Sampler CD, Controller x1, AV cable, Electric Cord, Original Box.
– Mesin sudah dites dan berfungsi normal.
The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, often called the 3DO, is a home video game console developed by The 3DO Company. Conceived by entrepreneur and Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins, the 3DO was not a console manufactured by the company itself, but a series of specifications, originally designed by Dave Needle and R. J. Mical of New Technologies Group, that could be licensed by third parties. Panasonic produced the first models in 1993, and further renditions of the hardware were released in 1994 by GoldStar (now LG Electronics) and in 1995 by Sanyo.
Panasonic FZ-10 R·E·A·L 3DO Interactive Multiplayer is a less expensive, slimmer and lighter model and replaced the FZ-1 in Panasonic’s portfolio. The FZ-10 featured a top loading CD tray, an internal memory manager and repositioned the LEDs and controller port. The controller is also smaller and lighter than the one included with the FZ-1, but lacks a headphones output.