Konami – which holds the rights to the PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 tag via its ownership of the now-defunct Hudson Tender – has lifted the lid on but one other retro-themed micro-console.
This time, it is NEC / Hudson’s legendary PC Engine, the system which took Japan by a storm in the boring ’80s and came to the US in the (a cramped much less successful) fabricate of the TurboGrafx-16.
The console will attain in three designs. The Japanese market will obtain the new white PC Engine, whereas Europe will obtain the CoreGrafx revision (which modified into as soon as in total appropriate form a varied case shade). In the US, players will obtain the TurboGrafx-16 case make, which modified into as soon as higher to allure to American sensibilities.
Games confirmed in the past are:
It has also been confirmed that the Japanese model could maybe well luxuriate in Dracula X: Rondo of Blood, a regional exclusive which modified into as soon as handiest launched on CD-ROM.
There is no pricing info and even a loyal start date, but we are going to update this put up the moment all of us know.