Konami – which holds the rights to the PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 model by way of its possession of the now-defunct Hudson Delicate – has lifted the lid on yet one more retro-themed micro-console.
This time, it is NEC / Hudson’s legendary PC Engine, the system which took Japan by a storm within the late ’80s and got here to the US within the (barely much less profitable) type of the TurboGrafx-16.
The console will are available in three designs. The Japanese market will get the unique white PC Engine, whereas Europe will get the Core Grafx revision (which was principally only a completely different case color with AV output reasonably than RF). Within the US, gamers will get the TurboGrafx-16 case design, which was bigger to enchantment to American sensibilities.
Video games confirmed up to now are:
It has additionally been confirmed that the Japanese model may have Dracula X: Rondo of Blood, a regional unique which was solely launched on CD-ROM.
There isn’t any pricing information or perhaps a stable launch date, however we’ll replace this put up the second we all know.