Konami Just Revealed The PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 Mini

Ceria Alfonso
Junio 12, 2019

Nintendo, Sony, and Sega have all chose to offer us mini versions of their old consoles with a bunch of the most popular games preloaded. Thanks to the company's absorption of Hudson back in 2012, Konami has the rights to the company's classic consoles, and it's making use of it by releasing miniature versions of the most iconic. Japan and Europe also get a different design for the system's case itself, modeled after the squarish PC Engine, while USA customers will get the larger, rectangular TurboGrafx design. It still sold quite well, but was ignored by third-parties and didn't have a second controller port.

The TurboGrafx-16 mini will be released in North America, while variants called PC Engine Core Grafx and PC Engine mini will be released in Europe and Japan, respectively.

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Konami says all versions of the system will feature standard functions like quick saves, virtual simulated CRT scanlines, and the original 4:3 aspect ratio display. The PC Engine CoreGrafx Mini will also get the same games, while the Japanese package will be different.

There's bound to be some regional variation for the preloaded games, but it would be nice to see some of the most highly-regarded titles make an appearance.

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