Commodore revolutionized the home computer business in the 80ies with the C64 home computer. At the same time, the videogame business was thriving again, with Sega and Nintendo as the driving forces. The decision to enter that business as well seemed obvious for Commodore. However, the C64 Gaming System came too late, with the Mega Drive already released and the Super Nintendo lurking around the corner already. Furthermore, there were technical deficiencies, as some games from the vast C64 cartridge-library could not be played on the C64 GS as the games expected some keyboard input. As a result, the C64 GS sold only limited quantities, making it a sought-after collectors item in good condition these days. With the CDTV and the CD32, Commodore tried two more attempts to enter the videogame/home entertainment market – both with comparable limited success.