The Commodore AmigaCD32 was the world’s first 32-bit game console and was launched in September 1993. Sadly Commodore International filed for bankruptcy in April 1994, causing the CD32 to be cut short only months after it’s launch. The name was initially bought by German company, Escom who relaunched the Amiga under the brand, Amiga Technologies GmbH. They continued to sell the Amiga 1200 with it’s Magic Pack, which initially sold well. This was followed by the sale of existing Amiga 4000 stock. However the CD32 was no more. Despite it’s age a lot of people still own an AmigaCD32, but it’s becoming more and more relevant to consider some recapping and save this great piece of gaming technology released during the wild 90’s.

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