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Phillips CDI System
Name: Phillips CDI System
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  • Description
    CD-i or Compact Disc Interactive is the name of an interactive multimedia CD player developed and marketed by Royal Philips Electronics N.V. CD-i also refers to the multimedia Compact Disc standard utilized by the CD-i console, also known as Green Book, which was co-developed by Philips and Sony in 1986 (not to be confused with MMCD, the pre-DVD format also co-developed by Philips and Sony). The first Philips CD-i player, released in 1991 and initially priced around USD $700, was capable of playing interactive CD-i discs, Audio CDs, CD+G (CD+Graphics), Karaoke CDs, and Video CDs (VCDs), though the latter required an optional "Digital Video Card" to provide MPEG-1 decoding.


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    Best game system on the market
    by Ralph Verdieck 18 Aug 2010

    I've had a Philips CD-I player for years. I still think it is the best game system on the market.
    We also have Playstation and the Philips beats it hands down for graphics. Only problem I
    have is trying to locate some of the games that I don't have. I have over 50 original titles and
    one of the best is Lil Devil.

    cd-i films
    by wilf 05 Jun 2008

    is it possible to convert your cd-i films to vcd or other formats for viewing on dvd player

    please answer if you know
    by Dino Stalmino 05 Jun 2008

    I ask you a question, please answer if you know : is there a patch existing to read CDi on a PC? If so, where could I find it? I have some interesting CDi's (like the "Queen Greatest Flix I & II") that I can't read anymore as it's broken and I can't find any. Thanks!

    I dont know much about the system
    by Ryan Ward 05 Jun 2008

    I dont know much about the system. I remember playing (or at least trying to play) Hotel Mario at Montgomery Wards years back. I'd forgoten about it since. I read a game magazine article recently about zelda games and it mentioned the Zelda games for CDI (Yes I think there were 2 of them). I've been wanting to get my hands on the games ever since.

    zelda CDI games
    by Burningman 05 Jun 2008

    Actually, there were 3 zelda CDI games. Nintendo and Phillips teamed up for awhile and were going to make a system, but the deal was cut. Phillips still had rights to Zelda for a few years, though, so they made "Adventure of Zelda", "Wands of Gamelon", and "Faces of Evil".