Originally Posted by turrican3
the question i always asking myself it's : how they managed to kill a so powerfull and incredible computer. the a500 is born in 1985 and it continued to make high levels games in 1994 with brian the lion it can compete against the last nintendo and sega.
I thing they would have to make an amiga 500 with cdrom combo, just sold this one and make a pack uprade for the base who was there, that's all, no cdtv.Keep there money and make more publicity with the money.
I think they would success
A500 was 1987, your thinking of A1000 which I think was 1985.
I agree that CDTV was a mistake in the sense it was realeased into a place where no market exsisted at that time. A A500 with CDRom I don't think would have been financially viable at the time of the A500s launch.