Fans Ask For A Philips CD-i Classic, Philips Says "We Will Try Our Best"

Philips, the electronics company behind the ill-fated Philips CD-i, has responded to fan requests for a classic, miniature version of the console. Amazingly, it looks like it could actually happen.

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kevnb24d ago

someone asked for this?

gangsta_red24d ago

The internet is so mean, this has to be a troll of high magnitude.

I just hope some poor out of touch soul at Philips doesn't takes this seriously and gets all excited.

Araragifeels 24d ago

For the love of God, let this console stay dead. I don't want to witness the horrible "The Legend Of Zelda" again.

Neonridr24d ago (Edited 24d ago )

"well excuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu uuuuuse me Princess..."

gangsta_red24d ago

Lmao! Well hell, since we're asking for useless things how about an Atari Jaguar classic?

Imortus_san24d ago

I actually refeared that one, since getting games for it is really hard and emulation sucks, so one Atari Jaguar Mini with the possibility to change games like the Nes mini, would be great.

gangsta_red24d ago

...well, I stand corrected...

Tross24d ago

Jaguar CD games might be playable as the system would actually work then. I wouldn't buy it, but that would make more sense than a CDi plug-and-play.

Imortus_san24d ago

WTF that would be terrible, better buy the original console since it reads originals and backups with no mod, just burn and play.

bluefox75524d ago (Edited 24d ago )

Lol, I'd rather have a 3DO mini. I feel like I was the only person that had that console. Road Rash (the best version) and Mad Dog were very fond memories from my childhood.

ElementX24d ago

I had one, I was told by a store employee it was a popular console but then I wasted all my hard earned money. It did have a few good games, though.

Neonridr24d ago (Edited 24d ago )

from article - "Although not developed by Nintendo itself, a Super Mario game called Hotel Mario was released, as were three Legend of Zelda titles - Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon, Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda's Adventure. These were all met with mixed reviews, with many still believing the games to be inferior to Nintendo's own to this day."

Here's a better question, who wouldn't fall into the "many" category?

CarlDechance24d ago (Edited 24d ago )

Some believe that you can make any statement you want as long as you attribute it to "some", "many", or "others".

Many believe this is not true, but there are others, like some, who believe it to be so.

Neonridr24d ago

I guess that statement covers their butts in case there is that one person out there who honestly believes that Wand of Gamelon is the best Zelda game out there :P

gangsta_red24d ago

I'm more curious with the Mixed Reviews remark. What was mixed about them, horrible, terrible, a gawd damn travesty?

Neonridr24d ago

lol, that too. Nothing good about those pieces of shite :P

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