After 25 years of being on the cutting edge, Commodore is finally looking to upgrade its latest iteration, the noble 64 Amiga, and add a few gigahertz to its processor. Even a mouse would be an improvement from the last model.

Commodore will soon be branding high-end gaming PCs that will be first revealed at CeBIT show in Germany on March 15. We've never been too keen on computers purportedly designed for gamers, but we enjoy seeing the company throw its hat into the ring again.

[Update 1: The Commodore army has risen and chanted in unison: "don't forget the Amigaaaa" and promptly sally forthed.]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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