|Type||Handheld game console|
|Predecessor||Tiger LCD handhelds|
The R-Zone is a handheld, head-worn console released by Tiger Electronics in February 1995. The original console is basically a Tiger LCD handheld featuring a fake VR gimmick by projecting the image (using a red color scheme, similar to the Virtual Boy) onto a piece of plastic in front of the player's eye. It was panned by critics and was a commercial disaster, but it marked Tiger's first multi-game entry into the portable electronic game market.
Three additional versions of the R-Zone were subsequently released: the R-Zone SuperScreen, the XPG (Xtreme Pocket Game), and the DataZone, which all ditch the head-strap VR gimmick and play like basic handheld consoles.
|PC / x86|
|MAME||Web (Indy 500)
git artifacts[N 1]
libretro core[N 2]