LOLto my knowledge ,there is a prototype system and a developement system..... 3-4 games exist that i heard of,all of which are Jaguar titles.
I don't care to look it up so I'll just ask, is there any software for the Panther? Controllers even?
Yep, Cybermorph was a port to the Jaguar from the Panther... and it shows.
If Cybermorph is an example of what the Panther had to offer, I'm glad they chose to go with the Jaguar.
Hey it could have gone like this...
"And then in 1993 Atari was working on two game systems, the 32 bit Panther, and a 64 bit Jaguar. The Panther was slow in development, and the 64 bit Jaguar was actually ahead in progress, but Atari wanted to release a system more in step with the market with cheaper production costs.
The delayed Panther was released into the market with marginal success. It's graphics capibilities were impressive for the time, but not enough to compete with already existing and successful Sega Genesis, and Super Nintendo systems which won over by sheer number of games. Soon the 3D0 came out, leaving Atari's Panther in it's cat tracks.
Sadly, the Atari Jaguar was a promising system, with a unique graphic and sound chip and would have displayed millions of colors, but with the results of the Panther the Jaguar never saw the light of day, caged in an Atari office until Atari was sold to JTS. Only a few Jaguar prototypes have been found since. It's two games, a ported Cybermorph from the Panther system and Trevor McFur show only glimpses of what could have been in this last Atari system."
Yeh, if I was to have a last Atari system, I'll take the Jaguar any day!!!