A portable game console created by Milton Bradley in 1982. It had a built-in screen, a detachable controller with analog controls, and its most innovative feature was that it utilized Vector graphics, lines of light that could create practically anything. This is the same format that some arcades used at the time. However, it lacked color graphics, so the solution was to put clear plastic overlays over the screen. You might say this is a good console, right? Well, you're right. But there was only one fatal flaw: the release date. This thing was released just prior to the great Video Game Crash of 1983, so naturally, it didn't sell very well, which is a pity, because it was amazing. Enjoy.
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