TODAY'S EVENTS
TDG Rocket League Week 230
02/27/2024 08:40 PM EST
DAILY QUEST
2024-02-27
If I only had a Steamdeck...
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Pokemon Day: Favorite Pokemon Non-Game Property
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Pokémon Day: Favorite Pokémon Game
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WEEKLY QUESTS
S7W9
Clip of the Week: Season 7 Week 9
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Gaming Photography: Season 7 Week 9
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Original Meme of the Week Season 7 Week 9
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Cribs
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Lucky Number 53
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Deathmatch FFA
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Let's get ready to RUMBLE!
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We're Rocket Racers? - Pleasant Detour (Speed Run Mode)
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FEATURED
FEATURED QUEST
The Cure Starts Now 2024
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+ 1000 XP
Load screen tip
Channel 3 is gamified. Most things you do here earn XP, which you can use to unlock cool stuff.
LaserActive
1993-09-13
The LaserActive (レーザーアクティブ, RēzāAkutibu) is a converged device and fourth-generation home video game console capable of playing LaserDiscs, Compact Discs, console games, and LD-G karaoke discs. It was released by Pioneer Corporation in 1993. In addition to LaserActive games, separately sold add-on modules (called "PACs" by Pioneer) accept Mega Drive/Genesis and PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 ROM cartridges and CD-ROMs. Pioneer released the LaserActive model CLD-A100 in Japan on August 20, 1993, at a cost of ¥89,800, and in the United States on September 13, 1993, at a cost of $970. An NEC-branded version of the LaserActive player known as the LD-ROM² System, or model PCE-LD1, was released in December 1993, which was priced identically to the original system and also accepted Pioneer's PAC modules. The LaserActive has no regional lockout, allowing software from any region to be played on any system.
 

LaserActive
They said LaserDisc was going to be the vinyl of movie collecting. Well, they were wrong, but we still got some pretty cool games out of it. We used this console to do christas karaoke just minutes after removing the built-in Sega genesis module and slaying each other on Power Rangers and Mortal Kombat. And then topping that off with the tens of games created specifically on LaserDisc. This was my first console and it will always hold a special place in my heart.
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