I used to think it was the Sega x32 or the Sega CDX, and even the Atari Jaguar. But then Mattel came out with the HyperScan. One of the worst Gaming console ever made. The list goes on and on, on how they @$*$@# this one up. The console was made for kids 5 to 10 years old, but the games, even the one packed in with the console was all rated T for Teens meaning only 11 to 18 year old could play there games. It only had one USB 2.0 slot, the rest was tech that came out in 1985, and this thing came out in 2006 and was discontinued in 2007. So, this thing came out with 1984 tech to go against the Xbox 360, PS3, and the Nintendo Wii. Oh, and it was CD base, when we are using DVD and Blu-rays. And then there's the loading times, the Neo-Geo CD beats that thing in Loading time. And the Neo-Geo CD cameout in 1984 I think. And the Controllers suck and used PS/2 ports. and you can only hook it up Composite Video, Because the Composite Video hook ups where hard wired into the back of the HyperScan. So, no way to hook up a Component video to the thing. So yeah, the Mattel's Hyperscan wins by a Long LONG stretch.