Goldstar dropped support for the 3DO in early 1996 as the company could not turn a profit on hardware sales. They did not have an efficient software division to produce games for the 3DO on a regular basis in order to turn a profit from game sales and when the price of the Goldstar model of the console dropped to $199 in December, 1995, Goldstar was losing $100 US dollars per console sale. Additionally, Panasonic already had exclusive rights to the M2 hardware which Goldstar could not secure.
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