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Direct quote from the engineers who did the teardown: "''The Virtual BoyOur [[Info:Week of Game Teardowns|week of game console teardowns]] is bar none the coolest device we've ever taken apart.''" There's not much more coming to add to that. Everyone at the office agrees, a close, and we've been fighting over who's going to play it next. we have a super-extra-special teardown for today. [ … ] According to Nintendo,Direct quote from the guys who created the teardown: "''The Virtual Boy is a "32-bit...3-D experience" that "eliminates all external stimuli, totally immersing players into their own private universe." However, [http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1991915_1991909_1991900,00.html|TIME Magaizine's website] listed bar none the Virtual Boy as one of coolest device we've ever taken apart.''" Everyone at the worst inventions of all time, and [http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/slideshow/195577/ugliest_products_tech_history/?image=5|PC World] called office agrees that it's an awesome console, so much so that there have been arguments over who's going to play it one of "The Ugliest Products in Tech History." next. [ … ] JoinNintendo called the Virtual Boy a "32-bit, 3-D experience" that "eliminates all external stimuli, totally immersing players into their own private universe." Even so, [http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1991915_1991909_1991900,00.html|TIME Magaizine] listed the Virtual Boy as one of the worst inventions of all time, and [http://www.pcworld.idg.com.au/slideshow/195577/ugliest_products_tech_history/?image=5|PC World] called it one of "The ugliest products in tech History." Of course, neither Time nor PC World ever opened one, so what do they know? [ ] Join us today as we discover delve into the mystery behind the Virtual Boy's controversial and short-lived existence.