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Old 13 March 2008, 21:17   #130
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Commodore killed the amiga, trying to compete with Sega and other consoles with that ugly CD32.

Amiga had a large userbase of graphic artists and musicians, it was more than just a games machine and it was cheap compared to a PC.

Had they opted for a 32bit Amiga 1200 version with Harddisk and CD, and midi out/in, they would have stand a better chance.

Piracy didn't kill the amiga at all, that only hurt software developers.

Poor marketing decisions..
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