For many, their first video games were played not on a NES, Genesis, or PlayStation but the Commodore 64. This classic computer brought about hundreds of great games and is now coming back in the form of a microconsole.
The C64 Mini is modeled off of the likes of the NES Classic in that it is a miniaturized version of the device. It also comes with 64 games to play right out of the box, such as Boulder Dash, Jumpman and Speedball II.
Two controllers or a keyboard can be plugged in via USB ports. The C64 Mini will arrive on store shelves in North America on October 9.