think BIWN would gain the JagCD and also the Jag Sales at that time for sure.
If the final game would be good and you immediately anounce the sequel with improvements you could raise the sales
Sequel because sony, sega and nintendo would not take a lot of time to bringe an answers with their development horsepower
You do realize the sales numbers we're talking about here at the end of the Jaguar's life, right, just prior to clearance? The numbers are staggeringly bad, something like 150,000 units out in the wild total, with only about 125,000 of those sold. Its biggest sales YEAR was 1994, when it sold a little over 80,000 units. The other two years were only a fraction of that amount (and the CD add-on's sales were a fraction still). In any case, even with them sitting on something like an additional 100,000 consoles back in the warehouse, it's unlikely its fortunes would have been changed by a single amazing game, even in the incredibly unlikely event it actually got finished at a point when it still might have mattered. The sales numbers were just that bad. The window for the Jaguar to even remotely save itself was really within its first year, particularly when you factor in the financial position of Atari. Once that first year passed and the system didn't take off, it was just a matter of time before Atari would have to bow out.