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Old 24 February 2017, 12:59   #26
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Originally Posted by absence View Post
Home computers were primarily used for games, so the markets weren't that different. Hombre couldn't target the business market, and would have to be a capable games machine in order to stand a chance between the PC and the Playstation.
No but people still wanted a cheap computer that could play games at that time, Pentium PC's were still too expensive, people only jumped to the PS1 in 95/96 when they saw no future with the Amiga brand, if Commodore had a capable 3D machine in 95 i have no doubt it would have sold well in that marketplace.
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