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C > COMMODORE  > C64 GS (Games System)


 

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Friday 8th December 2017
Nash

This wouldn''t have been a terrible idea if, one, the cartridge games never required keyboard commands, and two, if it would have come out in 1985 or 6, instead of 1990...


Wednesday 2nd March 2005
Nik Williams (UK)

In 1991 I was working for a company that had the contract to repair all Commodore machines in the UK. I remember the C64 GS just as it was released but we didn't get many in for repair. At that time it was too little too late. If it had been released about 3 or 4 years earlier it could have been a great earner for Commodore.


Monday 5th July 2004
Claus Ruglund Jakobsen (Denmark)

My parents gave me a C64G for christmas present in 1990, already then they were stopping production, there was the original GS-joystick and the cartrigde that came with the gs in the box, the games were good, but the joystick was utterly bad.


Tuesday 27th April 2004
Nuey San Waldman (Amsterdam (NL))

Actually, this thing was also sold in The Netherlands. I remember looking at it in a store display (running a soccer game) wondering why Commodore even bothered making this thing.





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