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"Portable video game system with giant screen."

The Watara Supervision (also known as QuickShot Supervision, Travell Mate, Hartung SV-100, Electrolab Supervision / Hipervision, and Tiger Boy) was a handheld meant to compete with the Game Boy. Its introduction garnered some attention due to a lower price and larger screen than its more famous rival, a link cable for multiplayer, and a TV-out cable. However, it ultimately failed because of a lack of third party support (as well as a terrible blurry display), leaving it with a modest game library of 69 titles.


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Fourth Generation
Consoles Philips CD-i - Commodore CDTV - Pioneer LaserActive - Sega Mega Drive - SNK Neo Geo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Funtech Super A'Can - NEC TurboGrafx-16
Handhelds Bit Corporation Gamate - Nintendo Game Boy - Sega Game Gear - Hartung Game Master - Atari Lynx - Welback Mega Duck - Watara Supervision
Computers Commodore Amiga - Atari ST - BeOS - Fujitsu FM Towns - Sharp X68000

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