TurboGrafx-16 Mini

PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, computer games, iOS, or even board games
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Betonhaus
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TurboGrafx-16 Mini

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Bit before my time but would be nice to add to my collection
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so basically any console that ever existed is going to get a mini version
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TOS wrote: so basically any console that ever existed is going to get a mini version


I can hear the screams for mini gamecubes and mini dreamcasts.
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TOS wrote: so basically any console that ever existed is going to get a mini version


Nostalgia sells almost as well as sex. Actually, come to think of it, it might sell better than sex...
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TOS wrote: so basically any console that ever existed is going to get a mini version

Problably, but it depends on how well the maker is able to lock down rights to the best games for the system.
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Post by Betonhaus »

ukimalefu wrote:
TOS wrote: so basically any console that ever existed is going to get a mini version


I can hear the screams for mini gamecubes and mini dreamcasts.

Well there's this: http://videogamesnewyork.com/gamecube-a ... c-android/

I have one hooked up to my Wii U and have a bunch of Gamecube games loaded onto it.
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My original, working TG-16 laughs at this.
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I was gutted back in the day as they never released the PC Engine over here. You could get grey imports but they were pricey and NTSC support on TVs wasn't as widespread as it is these days.
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