MrMaddog Posted August 11, 2022 Share Posted August 11, 2022 5 hours ago, zzip said: A "multimedia PC" was at mimimum just a 386 with VGA 640x480, a 1X CD-ROM and 8-bit sound card and a small hard drive.. Although they did raise the specs of that over time True dat... The CD-ROMs took full advantage of the specs but most games from the 386 era still had EGA graphics and PC speaker sound. There were exceptions like graphic adventures & serious simulations that fully used VGA graphics and Sound Blaster cards. But until the 486's truely took off, the Amigas & ST's were still better for late 80's-early 90's computer gaming... 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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