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13 June 2019, 02:59 | Casey Mitchell
TurboGrafx-16 mini / PC Engine CoreGrafx mini / PC Engine mini announced
Konami has announced the TurboGrafx-16 mini (North America) / PC Engine CoreGrafx mini (Europe) / PC Engine mini (Japan), a compact version of the classic 1980s console featuring a range of built-in games.
The Japanese PC Engine, the European Core Grafx, and the western TurboGrafx-16, will each get their own model.
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.
Konami gained control of the TurboGrafx/PC Engine brand in 2011 with the purchase of Hudson Soft, which designed the original system in the late '80s (with manufacturing licensed out to NEC). "More than that however, the consoles became a collector's favorite thanks to their quality games line-up; many of which will be included in this re-release".
Pricing and release details have not been announced.
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