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Tiger R Zone Super Screen

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Released in 1996, the R-Zone Super Screen was larger than the Xtreme Pocket Gear and was more of a table-top unit rather than a small handheld. The Super Screen was packaged with Battle Arena Toshinden as the pack in game (came in both box and blister packaging). One major difference of the Super Screen over the Xtreme Pocket Gear and the Head Gear was that a color slide could be used (only available with certain games such as Panzar Dragoon) to "add color". The unit had to be lit for this to function and the system utilized 4 C batteries and a small bulb. The screen of the system was adjustable and was also magnified. The screen could be adjusted to magnify more or less and to allow more light in for the screen.

In many ways, the R-Zone series was a glorified Tiger pocket game. Both were based on LCD screens, but the R-Zone was able to have changable cartridges.

Tiger R-Zone Game: R-Zone Slide for the Super Screen to add color to the play field, Clear Game Sleeve, R-Zone Cartridge

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