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Old 20 June 2017, 11:36   #43
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Originally Posted by Gorf View Post
Both, computer and console, would have been compatible to nothing.
And commodore was never really good at supporting software houses.
No games, no programs.

late 94 would have been way too late for anything. There was no chance to survive on EsC or AGA amiga so long - they would have needed AAA instead of AGA and even that a little bit earlier.
There was talk if i remember from Commodore UK that either ECS or AGA would be on a single chip to bring a certain amount of compatibility to the new machines.

Of course it wouldn't! AGA near enough killed ECS machines dead, they were selling more even after AGA came out, the end result everything got fucked, as i said 16-bit consoles lasted until 95-96, the A500 could have got to the end of 94 easy for a lower price, budget computers are always needed and sell well, PC's were way to high in cost for most familys all through the 80s and 90s.
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