#3 – Nokia N-Gage
The N-Gage was Nokia’s attempt at combining the cellular phone with a hand-held gaming console. Introduced in October 2003, the N-Gage had a total of 58 gaming titles, including Tomb Raider, Call of Duty, and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. It ran the Opera operating system, and enabled basic web browsing. However, the buttons on the device were meant for a phone, and were not compatible with game play. After exaggerating how many units they sold, Nokia finally ended the N-Gage service in 2010, and stopped producing the hand held devices in 2007.