What was the Jaguar truly capable of? in Atari Jaguar Posted August 16, 2018 Opinions are fine for subjective things, like saying "game X is more fun to play than game Y". For objective things, opinions are pretty much worthless, actual evidence is where it's at. There are already hundred of pages of uninformed opinions in this forum, we don't need more. What? I don't know what you're reading, but you're reading it wrong. Reality check: if the DSP was the ideal processor to run everything on, and if that was obvious from the docs, do you really think nobody would have noticed in 25 years? My opinions aren't that uninformed, I give enough information to relay a reasonable idea that's generally feasible in theory not to take away or question any of the programmers here... When I see a good thing I run with it. The 68000 is: a 32-bit processor has full access to main ram unhinged without a workaround at full speed is on a 16bit bus can control all the IO ports on the system Just sayin' No argument there man... Well one... It slower and tends to slow the other the processors down when it hits the bus, but has its advantages like taking some work load from the other processors. I'm probably not saying anything you don't already know, but for the sake of clarity and repetitive memory, I bring it up anyway.