The Commodore 64 DTV. £24.99. Harrumph! Back in the day, you went out and bought a Commodore computer and it looked like a real computer. A man’s computer. Not one of these sissy joystick wallahs! Bah humbug!
The Commodore 64 (also known as C64) has unparalleled heritage as a groundbreaking games and home-use personal computer. Since it’s launch in 1982, the C64’s role in the evolution of the modern games industry was incredibly powerful and the echoes of its influence still reverberate through the industry today. The C64 “Direct to TV” (DTV) unit includes 30 classic games, each of the games is in full colour and can be personalised. In addition, each game has multiple levels, and some of the games have multiple “events”. The games are not just replicas of the originals – they actually are the originals.