By no means would I consider myself an expert at retro game consoles but I'm pretty sure I know a lot more about them than your average gamer. I know Nintendo originally hired Sony to work on a CD drive for them, I know that Atari Jaguars were repurposed for use as a dental camera, I know Adventure for the 2600 had the very first video game Easter egg, but I had zero clue that in the early 2000s Nintendo was selling an exclusive game machine to China called the iQue.
It's mostly just a N64 that's been built into a controller and it doesn't sound like it was very successful. Still it's a cool footnote in the history of gaming.
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