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HyperScan console review. http:www.ClassicGameRoom.com Classic Game Room reviews the Mattel HyperScan video game console released in 2006 and discontinued in 2007. Aimed at kids, the HyperScan was a budget priced gaming system that used cd based videogames combined with collectible cards to play games. The cards look nice and the concept is interesting but the hardware and game library are truly awful beyond beyond imagination.

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