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Disastrous attempt by Commodore to enter the console market. Shoddily built and poorly marketed, the CD32 survived briefly on the back of some Amiga ports and a handful of native classics such as Liberation. It was also home to the disturbingly terrible Dangerous Streets. Despite the wealth of quality Amiga games in the early 1990s, the CD32 died swiftly as the market prepared for the Saturn, Playstation and Nintendo 64.