Konami – which holds the rights to the PC Engine / TurboGrafx-sixteen save via its possession of the now-defunct Hudson Relaxed – has lifted the lid on yet one other retro-themed micro-console.
This time, or no longer it is NEC / Hudson’s legendary PC Engine, the system which took Japan by a storm in the unhurried ’80s and came to the US in the (somewhat much less a hit) function of the TurboGrafx-sixteen.
The console will approach in three designs. The Eastern market will assemble the unusual white PC Engine, while Europe will assemble the Core Grafx revision (which used to be usually appropriate a utter case shade with AV output relatively than RF). Within the US, gamers will assemble the TurboGrafx-sixteen case assemble, which used to be increased to enchantment to American sensibilities.
Games confirmed up to now are:
It has also been confirmed that the Eastern version can have Dracula X: Rondo of Blood, a regional irregular which used to be ideal launched on CD-ROM.
There would possibly maybe be no longer any pricing data and even a solid liberate date, but we’ll change this put up the 2nd we all know.