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Konami Digital Entertainment has revealed in recent days more details about the PC Engine Core Grafx mini console, a product that we would be ready to bet maybe with bonusnewjersey.com, is already on the wish list of many of our readers. The compact version of the classic 1987 console will have a total selection of 50 games of the past that will be present in both models coming out that is the TurboGrafx-16 and the PC Engine.
In addition to the titles already announced at the last E3 in Los Angeles, have been unveiled other 20 games for the TurboGrafx-16. The TurboGrafx-16 line-up now consists of 24 games:
J.J. & Jeff
Lords Of Thunder
Military Madness (Nectaris)
New Adventure Island
Ys Book I&II
On launch day, March 19, 2020, optional peripherals will also be available such as the Turbo Controller, a special pad with automatic firing functions and the Multi Tap that allows you to let 5 people play in multiplayer.
The original PC Engine is still well known today for having introduced for the first time some features, such as being the first console equipped with the CD-ROM drive and the first to offer the possibility of playing in 5 with the multi-tap. More importantly, however, it was the fact that the console has become one of the most desired collectibles for the line-up of quality titles, many of which will be reissued in this edition of the console.
PC Engine Core Grafx mini is not the first and will not be the last “old school” console proposed in “restricted” version and with integrated games. Sony, Nintendo and Sega just to name the most important, have all re-proposed their 8, 16 and 32 bits gaming machines in recent years with a positive performance of sales, a sign that the nostalgia effect and the interest in the products themselves have played a key role on these operations.
Not only consoles, however, since the Commodore 64 is back in vogue, already re-proposed in the mini version and that will be re-issued full size from December of this year.
If you’re wondering why Konami will make the compact versions of a console made by NEC, the answer is called Hudson Soft. The Japanese company made this console in collaboration with NEC and still held the rights when it was incorporated by Konami in the now distant 2001 along with its historical series including Bonk, Adventure Island and especially Bomberman, one of the real forerunners to the idea of multiplayer video games.
Hudson Soft has also made a popular series for Nintendo. We’re talking about Mario Party: all the first 8 chapters of this series were created by HS with incredible success. Hudson Soft also made a video game for Microsoft, but it wasn’t as successful as Mario. We’re talking about the semi-unknown Fusion Frenzy 2 released on Xbox 360 in 2007.
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