The TurboGrafx 16, known as PC Engine in Japan, was an NES and later SNES competitor that saw success in Japan, but didn't make a huge impact elsewhere, typically trailing well behind Nintendo and Sega's machines of the era. The upshot of this relative obscurity is that it's a console with a library of hundreds of games that most people haven't played. Konami recently made a mini version of the original TurboGrafx , but, once again, the pandemic has meant stock is hit and...

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