Kotaku: "Some game machines are killed long before they enter production. Others at least make it to market before dying, whether of old age or lack of demand. And then there's the Konix Multisystem.
The history of console video gaming is one dominated by American (Atari, Microsoft) and Japanese (Sony, Nintendo, Sega) companies. When you think consoles, you don't think Britain. Yet that's where the Konix Multisystem hailed from, and for a few glorious years around the turn of the 1990s, it seemed poised to be Europe's first successful home-grown console."