The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer, released in 1993, was a console developed by The 3DO Company. It aimed to be a high-end gaming system, featuring advanced hardware and multimedia capabilities. The 3DO attracted attention with its promise of cutting-edge graphics and CD-based games. It featured titles like "Star Control II," "Road Rash," and "The Need for Speed." However, the high price tag and lack of exclusive titles limited its success in the market. Despite its commercial struggles, the 3DO made significant contributions to gaming technology, inspiring advancements in CD-based consoles and influencing subsequent console generations.