Well, I thought i'd bring this discussion back from the previous forum, but it always interested me on what Atari were going to bring on next, before their ship sank. And yes, it was the Atari Jaguar II. I still stand by my decision saying that Microsoft would not have entered the console market it Atari were still around. When Atari went belly up, we were surrounded with Japanese consoles. So it was a good move to come out with the Xbox. But the question was, how would the Jaguar II compare with the PSX? Maybe someone with a bit of knowledge could break down these specs: The Jaguar II The Jaguar 2 has seven processors, which are contained in three chips. Two of the chips are proprietary designs, nicknamed "Tom" and "Jerry". The third chip is a standard Motorola 68EC020 used as a coprocessor. Tom and Jerry are built using an 0.3 micron silicon process. With proper programming, all seven processors can run in parallel. source: http://www.atarimuseum.com/videogames/consoles/jaguar/jag2specs.html Crazy right? They even thought of backwards compatability at the time! But was this too advanced for the time?