Test Your Knowledge of Video Game Hardware Codenames

Sometimes a company knows a piece of hardware’s final name pretty early in development–the name “Play Station” can be traced back as early as 1991, when the console was still in development as a Super NES CD-ROM add-on. Often, though, video game hardware is developed under a codename for much of its pre-release life, with a final name not being unveiled–or even decided on–until development is on the home stretch. This quiz is about hardware that had various forms of official working titles prior to their final names being picked.