Worst Ever: HyperScan by Mattel – Rerez

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Mattel’s HyperScan is one of the worst toy video game consoles ever made. So we bought the entire console’s library just to show you how truly bad it was.

0:00 Introducing HyperScan
1:14 HyperScan’s Intellicards
2:38 First Dead Console
2:58 Second Console and Loading Screens
4:45 The HyperScan Controller
6:20 HyperScan Doesn’t Scan
6:52 X-Men
9:37 Pressure to Scan Fast Enough!
10:26 Intellicard Booster Packs Physical DLC!
12:26 Input Lag
12:42 Marvel Heroes
15:52 Interstellar Wrestling League
18:53 Spider-Man
22:05 Ben 10

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32 comments

  1. livingfreak 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    Wow this might just be one of the worst game systems I’ve ever seen in my life, had I bought this and had I been forced to buy a booster pack like this, that probably would have felt even more soul crushing than a drug deal to a heroin addict who is dying of HIV. The clerk who sold these games should probably be shunning the customers who want this system and the games they operate.

  2. Xifihas 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    Lets make a very fragile console with exceptionally long loading times that relies on having easily lost cards in order to actually do anything and market it to children! You know, those things known for breaking and losing everything they get their filthy hands on and having no patience for anything! We're sure to make a fortune!

  3. Stormspark 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    I could probably open up a hyperscan and solder in a new AV cable. But would I want to waste perfectly good solder on that? Probably not. And seriously, I thought amiibos were picky to read at times. That's nothing compared to this crap. The really funny thing is, if you have a Switch modified for homebrew, it'd be pretty trivial to emulate this thing, and the Switch controllers already have the RF reader, so it might even be possible to read the cards. Not that anyone would ever WANT to do that.

  4. Charles Miller 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    "This has got to be one of the worst games I've ver seen sold with a legitimate license from a major company like Marvel on board."

    Clearly you never played the The Uncanny X-Men on the NES.  That game not only had a major license behind it, but was produced for, arguably, one of the greatest video game consoles off all time made by the most respected video game company of all time, and barely even resembles the intellectual property it's supposed to be about!

  5. Mike TheMemest 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    Wait Delivering Pizza
    Gentlemen , Roll The Music
    (Insert Spiderman for the PS2 Pizza Delivery Theme)

  6. Scarlet Fox 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    Imagine if consoles and games still used this type of technology, EA would be dominant in this market, them, or NetherRealms with Mortal Kombat.

  7. Tank 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    Hey man. Great videos. But I would like to know what all these worst ever series consoles sold for at launch. Jus a thought.

  8. Get Out Of Bed 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    To be fair, if it was actually done well, the collectible card concept could have worked. The arcade game Animal Kaiser is a pretty good example of it being well used, as every time you win a match, you either get a card dispensed or, by chance, you can fight a boss, where if you win, you get their card so you can use them in-game.

  9. king of games and anime 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    I once got a booster pack of the Ben 10 cards as a prize from a county fair balloon pop game. I got the card for my favorite alien, Upgrade, but I didn’t know there even was a game it was supposed to go with, so the other cards just confused me, and I didn’t understand why the cards were so thick.

  10. Curren Luft 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    I’ve never had that console. BUT, even if everyone forgot it, I never forgot it in the back of my mind, deep in a corner of my brain, because Commercials for it was shown around in 2006 like you said. I was “6” years old, and at that age, i watched my beloved “G1 Ben10”.
    In fact, that’s probably the only reason I remember this console exists. So If a Ben10 game wasn’t apart of that console, I might as well have not known it existed at all😅

    To whoever that has read all of this, you didn’t have to be that curious😅, that is all.

  11. Son Bardock 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    3:57 This strange noise is someone is escaping from the murder in his tow while running in snow, or the cameraman who took the video of the mysterious sea monster where it took him to the bottom of the sea, making the cameraman drown.

  12. MarkusTegelane 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    I first thought that they used the PS/2 ports (those used for controllers) because it has slightly less input lag than USB-A, but then realized that the games have bad input lag anyway. This port sends specific signals directly to the motherboard without any processing. How in the world did they manage to have input lag in most games? It seems it's all related to bad programming.

  13. Alice in Purgatory 26 June, 2020 at 01:14 Reply

    Mattel should have named the Intellivision the mattellivision. like that seems right to me

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