Fans of classic systems like the Spectrum and Amstrad will be pleased to hear that they will be appearing at this year’s PC Gamer Weekender
Commodore’s popular computer line celebrates three decades since its launch.
Current bid over £8,800 as online auction nears closing.
Your unmissable guide to the C64’s ‘baby brother’.
How many of these classic games have you played?
The best games to play on Commodore’s 8-bit computer.
We look back at the history of Commodore’s short-lived successor to the Amiga 500.
We take a look back at the spiritual successor to Commodore’s amazingly popular C64.
Was Commodore’s console a huge failure or a big success?
We take a look at the best games available for Commodore’s short-lived 32-bit console.
For a home computer that’s so inextricably associated with the history and fate of Commodore, it’s perhaps a little surprising that the Amiga’s genesis can be tracked all the way back to Commodore’s biggest rival: Atari.
An early addictive puzzle game from the late Mike Singleton.
We take Elite’s superb conversion of Buggy Boy for a spin.
The Amiga 1200 had a host of classic games, but these are the ones we always find ourselves returning to
A true computing legend, Jack Tramiel founded Commodore International and Atari Corporation, and brought the Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga andAtari STto the world
An extremely early racing game for the Vic-20. Try it. You may love it.