The Commodore 64 (commonly abbreviated to C64 or C=64) is an 8-bit home computer system launched in January 1982 by Commodore. The platform took its name from the 64 kilobytes of RAM that it boasted and at a launch price of $595 was well below that of competitor the Apple II.
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First released in 1985, Ultima IV introduced the first morality systems in RPGs, and was a major influence...
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