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    It could be possible! Wonder how they are doing it for the compilations at the moment?

    If you haven't played a classic game in years, it's never too late to start!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodwych View Post
    One thing that annoyed me about the CD32 in its standard config was lack of fastram.

    All that wasted potential of the CPU, as it had to share everything with the chipset.

    Talking of CD-based systems, I used to love the look of the CDTV. Way ahead of its time and in sexy black. The world has only just caught up to the concept of multimedia machines in the living room recently, with custom built PC's and Windows XP media centre addition.

    Amiga - once again ahead of its time.
    he he, guess who still has his CDTV launch promotional T-Shirt, . Commodore rep came to my dads shop with lots of goodies. It was like christmas, come to think of it, I had lots of commodore related T-Shirts, lol.
    On news of PSPUAE update on DCEMU came this reply, lol.

    [quote=djk21108;]this will sure make that horace guy happy....[/quote]

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    he he, guess who still has his CDTV launch promotional T-Shirt, . Commodore rep came to my dads shop with lots of goodies. It was like christmas, come to think of it, I had lots of commodore related T-Shirts, lol.


    !

    I used to see LOADS of those CDTV T-shirts, being worn be people all over the place, but don't think I ever actually saw a real CDTV itself*. Every now and then, I may still see one of those T shirts and it always makes me smile.

    *I've read similar comments in many places, so I'm not the only one that noticed/thinks that.

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    I saw a picture of a CDTV tshirt recently and it looked really good.

    And I am in desperate need of some new tshirts!

    Anyone get a spare CDTV one?

    As for the CDTV itslef, I think it looks much better than the CD32. The CD32 looks alot more like a games console and i prefer the appearence of the CDTV. I have never used either though unfortunately.

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    I also prefer the design of the CDTV, at least it represents something. I only tested mine with the software that was included, some CDTV demo stuff, which is crap. But I plugged an external floppy to it, and started a game, and that worked flawlessly, and on a plasma TV

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    Nice. I still want a CDTV.

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