PC Engine CoreGrafX Mini is Coming!

PC Engine fans rejoice! Yes, as you have read from the title, the PC Engine is returning! 
For those of you who are not familiar, the PC Engine (also known as the TurboGrafx-16 in the USA) was a home video console by NEC Home Electronics and was first released in Japan in 1987. 10 million units were sold worldwide. Despite this large amount, a lot of people in Britain may be somewhat unfamiliar with this awesome little console. Sales of the PC Engine in the UK were very limited, with only a few specific retailers actually selling the console. Released in the 16-Bit era, the PC Engine was originally NEC’s answer to the Nintendo Entertainment System, although it eventually ended up competing with the likes of the Sega Megadrive and the Super Nintendo. 

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