Games on the Jag, daddy-o.
The first-ever "64-bit" console (to an extent, anyway) and last-ever (non-Plug-and-Play) Atari console, the Jaguar was a real brow-raiser for the videogame market, especially considering that it was the successor to one of the ~8 bit persuasion. It sported controllers that are best described as Genesis/Saturn meets Intellivision, and a CD add-on as clunky as it was rare. If that wasn't enough, it was introduced in 1993, a time when the vast majority of gamers were still getting used to consoles that ran on a mere quarter of its capability.
As a certain Nerd would conclude, the world wasn't ready for such a console. At least not for another couple years...