The Angry Video Game Nerd reviews the Amiga CD32 console. Watch as the Nerd dives head first into some of the worst video games ever. The Amiga CD32 had such “gems” as Gloom, Kang Fu, Oscar, Naughty Ones, Morph, Beavers, Zool, Dangerous Streets, and of course Surf Ninjas for some reason.
The 8-Bit Guy reviews the European version of the C64 mini. It’s not perfect, but it definitely has some potential
– Featuring high-definition output via HDMI, a classic style joystick and 64 built-in games including classics like Uridium, Paradroid, Hawkeye, Nebulus and Monty Mole.
– Accurate C64 operation
– Pixel filter options (sharp, CRT, scanline emulation) and Pixel perfect graphics
– Save game function
– 2 USB ports: plug in a USB keyboard and use as a fully functional home computer, or add a second joystick for 2-player games
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In this episode The 8-Bit Guy takes a look at a Commodore 128 that he bought on craigslist in terrible shape. Then he completely restores it into like-new condition.
The Commodore 128 is the last 8-bit home computer that was commercially released by Commodore Business Machines. Introduced in January 1985 at the CES in Las Vegas, it appeared three years after its predecessor, the bestselling Commodore 64.
Trying to decide whether to buy an iPad or Commodore 64 as your next portable computer? I’m here to help! Let’s walk through the Pros & Cons of each and help you make an informed decision.
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