Amiga CD32: A Different Kind Of Unboxing

Personally I think this is awesome. With all the obsession with unboxing new kit, it's nice to see someone getting nostalgic over something old. Draxx from the overclockers forum did just that - purchasing an unopened Amiga CD32, then running an unboxing photo post for our viewing pleasure. Brace your kidneys folks - it's time to get nostalgic.

Step 1: You take a look at the box.

Step 2: Then you open the box.

Step 3: You take it out of the box.

And that's the way you do it...

It's an Amiga CD-32 in a box!

NOS Amiga CD32 unboxing!!! [Overclockers]


Comments

    I see what you did there

    That's beautiful. I would love to get my hands on some old consoles and unbox them again for the first time. There's no better feeling. =D

    I remember selling the CD32's in New Zealand. I also remember selling the previous model called the CDTV.

    Great times.

    Thinking inside the unbox.

    I still remember a bank in Canada had placed an order for a stupid number of these, one million I think, for day-to-day use as business machine. Just before Commodore folded. Unless it was just hype to get more sold.

    Ah nostalgia... I feel the need to boot up the Amiga emulator and play some Armageddon.

    That first pic has a whole box of boxed AmigaCD32s! Incredible! Me want one, as this is one of the consoles I want to add to my retro collection. Seeing a whole box of em makes me jealous as shit.

    I should have done this with my Mega Drive! I unboxed it just a week or two ago...

    Glad you enjoyed my unboxing! It'll be going back in its box now, as I've got an already used one to play with for now....

    I still have my CD32 from back in the day sitting in a closet somewhere. I never really used it much and it was a huge waste of money at the time :P

    I don't think we ever got the Amiga here, or maybe I'm confusing it with the Turbo Grafx... So I don't really know what all the fuss is about, wish I did though. I've tried out almost all the rare retro consoles; Jaguar, Atari 7800 and so on.

      I'm guessing you're not in Australia? Because we definitely had the Amiga here and it was glorious. Some absolutely classic games for it. Amiga was actually a computer rather than a console. But the CD32 was basically an Amiga 1200 with the keyboard removed and a CD drive added on. It was not successful :P

      You're correct that we never got TurboGrafx/PC Engine here. I think that was only released in Japan and the US?

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