The Atari Jaguar was released in New York City, NY and San Francisco, CA on November 18, 1993, then the rest of the country in 1994. It was designed to be competition with the 3DO and was an early entry in the fifth generation of video game consoles. It was promoted as being the first 64-bit gaming system, however it was a commercial flop and was Atari's final console. The Jaguar used both cartridge and CD media. The system was released with a retail price of $249.99. In the end, Atari sold about 250,000 Jaguar systems and in 1998, Atari discontinued production of the console.

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Mad Bodies

Alien vs. Predator

Memory Track

Atari Karts

Missile Command 3D

Attack of the Mutant Penguins

Myst (CD)

Baldies (CD)

NBA Jam: Tournament Edition

Battlemorph (CD)

Ocean Depths (CD)


Painter (CD)

Blue Lightning (CD)

Pinball Fantasies

Brain Dead 13 (CD)

Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure

Breakout 2000

Power Drive Alley

Brett Hull Hockey (Beta)

Primal Rage (CD)

Brutal Sports Football


Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tails


Cannon Fodder


Charles Barkley Shut Up and Jam (Beta)

Ruiner Pinball

Checkered Flag


Club Drive



Soccer Kid

Defender 2000

Space Ace (CD)


SpaceWar 2000

Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls

Super Burnout

Dragon's Lair (CD)

SuperCross 3D

Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story


Evolution: Dino Dudes

Tempest 2000

Fiver Pitch Soccer

Theme Park

Fight For Life

Total Carnage


Towers II: Plight of the Stargazer

Flip Out!

Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy

Frog Feast (CD)

Troy Aikman NFL Football

Gorf 2000

Ultra Vortek

Highlander (CD)

Val D'isere Skiing and Snowboarding

Hover Strike

Vid Grid (CD)

Hover Strike: Unconquered Lands (CD)

White Men Can't Jump

Hyper Force

Wolfenstein 3D

International Sensible Soccer

World Tour Racing

Iron Soldier


Iron Soldier 2

Zero 5


Zool 2

Kasumi Ninja