|Console type||Home video game console|
|Online services||RenderStomper Network|
|Media type||Cartridge, CD-ROM (Ad-on)|
RenderStomper 3400 is a home video game console was developed by RenderStomper and manufactured by Foxconn. It was released on Januray 25, 2000 in North America, March 3, 2000 in Europe and Australia and June 6, 2000 in Japan. It was later released in the PAL region on July 15, 2001. The seventh-generation console competed with Sony's PlayStation 2, Sega's Dreamcast, the Nintendo GameCube and Microsoft's Xbox. The RenderStomper 3400 was RenderStomper's first home console to date. The console was shown at E3 1999. Today it is the longest living ROM cartridge/CD ROM-based home consoles. It costs $80 currently. RenderStomper released a handheld version of the console called the RenderStomper Pocket was released in 2003.