That’s right, gamers:  the Commodore 64 is back as a legitimate gaming device. Releasing later this year, the retro piece of hardware will be based on the Intel Atom chip and sport 5 different configurations that range from $250 to $895. The higher-end models should have no issues playing the latest PC games and feature Wi-Fi support, a Blu-ray drive, 4 GB of RAM, and a 1 TB hard drive (as well as a C64-emulating mode). Word is the VIC-20 will follow soon. It’s been 29 years since the C64 graced households, but the verdict is still out whether or not folks are willing to shell out that much cold cash for a piece of nostalgia. Regardless, we could go for a little Radar Rat Race right about now. [via IGN]