The Pro 200 was a handheld game system made in 1998 by an unknown company going by the name ProTech (aka a bunch of guys at the company Billy Mays worked at who threw millions of LCD and non-LCD video game consoles and handhelds and calculators into the world's biggest blender). It was released via mail-service and was advertised to have over 200 games as well as being a full-functioning calculator and having state-of-the-art computer technology.

Why It Sucks

  1. Graphics is basically just a bunch of LCD blocks.
  2. In reality it was a huge scam, it actually had 15 games but was rounded out to over 200 because of each individual difficulty and speed levels for the games.
  3. It was released around the same time as the Game Boy Color, but only had LCD graphics.
  4. Most of the games were Tetris clones and a few racing games.
  5. The screen was so small, it was hard to see what was happening.
  6. The advertising itself tried to make the system look good by throwing a Street Fighter II Super Nintendo cartridge into the trash.
"Pro 200" Handheld Video Game Commercial (1998)

"Pro 200" Handheld Video Game Commercial (1998)