Commodore 64
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  • Although the graphics are not as good as I remember them, the gameplay is unmatched by any of today's systems

    • by Mirabook
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      In the early 1980s, my siblings and I spent hour upon hour, competing against each other in joystick wars on the Commodore 64. 20 years later, I found myself wanting to relieve those days.

      So I purchased a Commodore 64 on Ebay. Although the graphics are not as good as I remember


      them, the gameplay is unmatched by any of today’s systems. The WII boasts games that require real action - but the Commodore had that before the WII. In competing against other players on Commodore Games such as Knight Games or The Games: Winter Edition, your hand moves so much that you ...

      • break a sweat.

        It’s tough work doing joystick combat! At any rate. The Commodore is as much of a joy as it was 20 years ago. I highly recommend it to anyone.

        The music is pleasant and unique and although the games are a little slow to load, they are well

        worth the wait. And the Commodore boasts a wider variety of game than most game station’s boast today.

        From text-based detective games, to olympic competitions, to games which require players to climb ladders and jump over pits, the Commodore 64 is a system that does not get old - even if it gets dusty.



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