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TurboGrafx-16

TurboGrafx-16

The TurboGrafx-16 (TG-16) was the American version of the wildly popular Japanese "PC Engine" console. Although billed as the first 16-bit console, in fact it was powered by an 8-bit CPU. Its graphics chip however was 16-bit, and capable of displaying an impressive 512 colors simultaneously. The TG-16 was also the first console to support a CD-ROM attachment, but NEC did a poor job of maximizing the potential of this feature. Failing miserably due to bad marketing decisions and tough competition from the Sega Genesis, in 1992 NEC turned over the system to Turbo Technologies Inc (TTI - formerly Hudson Soft). TTI released the Turbo Duo, a streamlined version of the TG-16 with built-in CD and game-save capabilities. Unfortunately, the system became lost in the shuffle as the Genesis and Super Nintendo battled for market dominance. Despite its commercial failure in the US, the TG-16 still had its share of great games, including the prehistoric-era platform jumping of Bonk, the multiplayer mayhem of Bomberman, and a series of critically acclaimed shooters.
 


 

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