The Duo , as Analogues device is called, is named after a later version of the TurboGrafx 16 that included its expensive CD ROM add on — and indeed the new Duo supports both game cards and CDs, provided they have survived all this time without getting scratched. Like the rest of Analogues consoles, and unlike the popular SNES and NES Classic Editions from Nintendo and indeed the new TurboGrafx 16 Mini, the Duo does not use emulation in any way. Instead, its a painstaking recreation of the...

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