The Amiga CD32 was Commodore's third attempt at entering the console market. It is pretty much a CD-based console version of the Amiga 1200. It actually sold well in the UK for a while; yet, it couldn't hope to compete with the hype for the upcoming and more powerful PlayStation and Saturn, and a patent kerfuffle prevented the system's American release. Soon, Commodore's financial situation was too dire and they were forced to close their doors for good.
Most of its small library is pure shovelware, though there are some good games, including conversions from the original Amiga.
|Consoles||3DO - Commodore Amiga CD32 - Capcom CPS Changer - Atari Jaguar - Casio Loopy - SNK Neo Geo CD - Nintendo 64 - NEC PC-FX - Apple Pippin - Bandai Playdia - Sony PlayStation - Sega Saturn|
|Handhelds||Nintendo Game Boy Color - Tiger game.com - SNK Neo Geo Pocket - Tiger R-Zone - Nintendo Virtual Boy|