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*[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzKF3h1Uc70 The Story Of The 3DO]The 3DO was one of the most hyped consoles of the 90's. It received a large amount of attention from the mainstream media, financial investors, and gamers alike. When released, it was considered an incredibly powerful and impressive system. So why did it have such a short run and why did the 3DO Company fail? In this video we're going to look at how the founder EA teamed with the co creators of the original Amiga computer and Atari lynx to create one of the most anticipated pieces of gaming hardware from the 90's… only to see it fail to capture the market that seemed to covet it. This is the story of the 3DO.
 
*[https://retrogamingmagazine.com/2015/10/01/real3doplayer-brings-full-speed-3do-emulation-to-android/ 3DO Emulation Comes To Android Devices In Real3DOPlayer]
 
*[https://retrogamingmagazine.com/2015/10/01/real3doplayer-brings-full-speed-3do-emulation-to-android/ 3DO Emulation Comes To Android Devices In Real3DOPlayer]
 
*[https://github.com/Olde-Skuul/doom3do Full source code for the 3DO rendition of Doom]
 
*[https://github.com/Olde-Skuul/doom3do Full source code for the 3DO rendition of Doom]

Latest revision as of 23:53, 17 August 2017

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The 3DO Company (formerly THDO on the NASDAQ stock exchange), also known as 3DO (short for three-dimensional operating system), was a video game company. It was founded in 1991 under the name SMSG, Inc. (for San Mateo Software Group) by Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins in a partnership with seven companies, including LG, Matsushita (now Panasonic), AT&T Corporation, MCA, Time Warner and Electronic Arts.

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After 3DO's flagship video game console the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer failed in the marketplace, the company exited the hardware business and became a third-party video game developer. It went bankrupt in 2003 due to poor sales of its games. Its headquarters were in Redwood City, California in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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