First released in 1995, the R-Zone gaming console by Tiger Electronics consisted of a headgear accessory, in which cartridges were inserted, and a 4-button gamepad. It quickly met its demise, due to competition from other portable gaming consoles (Game Boy, Game Gear, etc.) and hardware limitations. Continue reading for a classic commercial.

The user would flip down a transparent lens that was designed to reflect the game images into the users right eye. The head unit held the game being played and was connected to a controller with a cable approximately 2.5 feet long. The controller had the same basic controls as the original R-Zone, with a slightly modified layout

First released in 1995, the R-Zone gaming console by Tiger Electronics consisted of a headgear accessory, in which cartridges were inserted, and a 4-button gamepad. It quickly met its demise, due to competition from other portable gaming consoles (Game Boy, Game Gear, etc.) and hardware limitations. Continue reading for a classic commercial.

The user would flip down a transparent lens that was designed to reflect the game images into the users right eye. The head unit held the game being played and was connected to a controller with a cable approximately 2.5 feet long. The controller had the same basic controls as the original R-Zone, with a slightly modified layout