Amiga A500 Mini Review - The DF Retro Verdict - Reasonable Hardware, Lacklustre Games

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Join Audi Sorlie for a deep dive into the Amiga A500 Mini - it's a mini-computer that aims to bring back the heights of 16-bit microcomputer gaming. Emulation is decent, open access to a wider library is welcome - but what you get falls short owing to a disappointing controller and a highly limited line-up of games.

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