The VictorMaxx Virtual Reality Stuntmaster was an accessory that was made for both the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo, sporting cords that plugged into both systems. Unlike the R-Zone, the Stuntmaster did not rip off the Virtual Boy because it actually predates the Virtual Boy, having been made in 1993.
Why it Sucks
- Only a Model 1 Genesis would work for it.
- Extremely difficult to set up.
- There were no instructions to set it up, instead having a fake résumé.
- The size and weight put serious discomfort on the nose.
- It's advertised to having a motion sensor that determines if you move your head, but all it was is a stick that connected to your shirt to shift the display.
- The cords were a mess.
- If a gamer actually got it working, all they would get was a muddy, Game Gear-like display that strained the eyes.
- Despite being advertised as being able to work for SNES, there were no cables that would fit in it.
James Rolfe and Mike Matei looked at the accessory in a video and both agreed the Virtual Boy was better.