LOCR Producer: Trevor McFur was one of the only games available for the Jaguar at launch (along with Cybermorph) and to a lot of people, 64-bit instantly seemed a lot less impressive.
Trevor McFur was originally developed for the Atari Panther, the proposed 32-bit predecessor to the Jaguar which never made it past prototype stage. It has been rumored that Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy was a prototype itself, a test. This is mainly due to the fact that Trevor McFur was developed by Flare2, a branch/subcompany of Flare Technologies, the company that developed the Atari Jaguar system. Upon release, the game was heavily criticised for being rushed.