Commodore released the CD32 Game Console

1993
Commodore released the CD32 Game Console

In 1993, Commodore marketed the CD32, which was one of the earliest CD-based consoles and was also the world's first 32-bit game machine, with specifications similar to the A1200.
The last Amiga released by Commodore was the A4000T, in 1994.


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