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Written on: 13/05/2022

When it was initially released, I wasn't so surprised that they wanted to go into the gaming console. however, when looking into the price of the pippin, I was disappointed as I couldn't afford how overpriced it was. my auntie did decide to buy me it for my birthday, and the graphics of it was awful, hated it. :(… Read Full Review

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“The Pippin Atmark/@world (different depending on...”

Written on: 17/11/2005 by TOMLEECEE (121 reviews written)

The Pippin Atmark/@world (different depending on whether it's a US or Jap model) was an ill conceived foray into the world of games consoles by computer behemoth Apple and toy company Bandai.

Now a byword for chic, Apple realised in the early 1990s that there was a lot of money in games and set about work on it's own games machine.

The Pippin is basically an Apple Mac in the form of a games console (a bit like the Amiga CD32 is a console version of the A1200), and was designed to bridge the… Read Full Review

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Tomleecee's Response to TOMLEECEE's Review

Written on: 18/11/2005

Sorry people - must correct myself - it's actually a 66Mhz CPU at the heart of the Pippin - not a 33Mhz one as stated in the review.

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