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NEC PC Engine

1987

Version 7
Updated: 24-05-2011 19:37:11 by kdamme
Reviewed: 24-05-2011 19:38:20 by kdamme
Taal: Japanese, English
>> English
Japanese
Version 6
Updated: 26-02-2011 13:15:01 by Zwendel
Reviewed: 26-02-2011 13:37:38 by Zwendel
Details : The NEC PC Engine was officially only released in Japan (1987). In 1989 it was introduced in the USA as the TurboGrafx (or Turbografx-16). This was a slightly larger unit. Later versions are the CoreGrafx I and CoreGrafx II. None of these units were officially released in Europe. All versions are NTSC (no PAL versions exist).
The PC Engine and all other versions use HuCards (Hudson card). This are credit-card sized ROM storage units.
Later a CD-ROM expansion module was released (the PC-Engine was the first videogame console that used CD’s).
The PC Engine/TurboGrafx was a moderate success, especially in Japan, but eventually lost customers to the 16 bit Sega Genesis and Nintendo SNES.
Later versions had a built in CD-Rom player (Duo, Turbo Duo). The PC Engine GT/TurboExpress and PC Engine LT were portable units.
Finally a slightly faste unit, the Super Grafx) was released.
>> De NEC PC Engine werd officieel enkel in Japan (1987) uitgebracht. In de USA werd het verkocht onder de naam TurboGrafx (of Turboggrafx-16). Deze USA versies waren groter dan de Japanse PC Engine. Latere licht gewijzigde versies waren de CoreGrafx I en de CoreGrafx II. Geen enkel van deze toestellen werd officieel uitgebracht in Europa. Alle versies zijn NTSC (er bestaat geen PAL uitvoering).

De PC Engine en alle andere versies gebruiken zogenaamde HuCards (Hudson Card) als drager voor de games. HuCards zijn ROM’s in de vorm van een kredietkaart.

Later kwam ook een CD-Rom expansiemodule op de markt (de PC-Engine was de eerste videogame console die gebruik maakte van CD's als drager).

De PC Engine/TurboGrafx slaagde er oorspronkelijk in om enig weerwerk te bieden aan Sega en Nintendo, maar uiteindelijk werd hij toch uit de markt gedrongen.

Er verschenen uitvoeringen met ingebouwde CD-Rom speler (Turbo Duo), een lichtjes snellere SuperGrafx en een draagbaar toestel (PC Engine GT/Turbo Express).
De opvolger was de enkel in Japan uitgebrachte PC-FX.
Details : The NEC PC Engine was officially only released in Japan (1987). In 1989 it was introduced in the USA as the TurboGrafx (or Turbografx-16). This was a slightly larger unit. Later versions are the CoreGrafx I and CoreGrafx II. None of these units were officially released in Europe. All versions are NTSC (no PAL versions exist).

The PC Engine and all other versions use HuCards (Hudson card). This are credit-card sized ROM storage units.
Later a CD-ROM expansion module was released (the PC-Engine was the first videogame console that used CD’s).

The PC Engine/TurboGrafx was a moderate success, especially in Japan, but eventually lost customers to the 16 bit Sega Genesis and Nintendo SNES.

Later versions had a built in CD-Rom player (Duo, Turbo Duo). The PC Engine GT/TurboExpress and PC Engine LT were portable units.

Finally a slightly faster unit, the Super Grafx) was released.
>> The NEC PC Engine was officially only released in Japan (1987). In 1989 it was introduced in the USA as the TurboGrafx (or Turbografx-16). This was a slightly larger unit. Later versions are the CoreGrafx I and CoreGrafx II. None of these units were officially released in Europe. All versions are NTSC (no PAL versions exist).

The PC Engine and all other versions use HuCards (Hudson card). This are credit-card sized ROM storage units.
Later a CD-ROM expansion module was released (the PC-Engine was the first videogame console that used CD’s).

The PC Engine/TurboGrafx was a moderate success, especially in Japan, but eventually lost customers to the 16 bit Sega Genesis and Nintendo SNES.

Later versions had a built in CD-Rom player (Duo, Turbo Duo). The PC Engine GT/TurboExpress and PC Engine LT were portable units.

Finally a slightly faster unit, the Super Grafx) was released.

The successor was the PC-FX which was only released in Japan.
Version 5
Updated: 26-02-2011 13:28:02 by Zwendel
Reviewed: 26-02-2011 13:06:09 by Zwendel
Details : <<Empty>> >> The NEC PC Engine was officially only released in Japan (1987). In 1989 it was introduced in the USA as the TurboGrafx (or Turbografx-16). This was a slightly larger unit. Later versions are the CoreGrafx I and CoreGrafx II. None of these units were officially released in Europe. All versions are NTSC (no PAL versions exist).

The PC Engine and all other versions use HuCards (Hudson card). This are credit-card sized ROM storage units.
Later a CD-ROM expansion module was released (the PC-Engine was the first videogame console that used CD’s).

The PC Engine/TurboGrafx was a moderate success, especially in Japan, but eventually lost customers to the 16 bit Sega Genesis and Nintendo SNES.

Later versions had a built in CD-Rom player (Duo, Turbo Duo). The PC Engine GT/TurboExpress and PC Engine LT were portable units.

Finally a slightly faster unit, the Super Grafx) was released.
Version 4
Updated: 18-10-2010 15:10:24 by Zwendel
Reviewed: 18-10-2010 16:53:53 by Zwendel
Additional info: De NEC pc Engine is enkel officieel uitgebracht in Japan (1987). In de USA werd een visueel lichtjes gewijzigde versie op de markt gebracht onder de naam TurboGrafx (1989).
Deze toestellen werden nooit officiëel in Europa ingevoerd, maar kwamen wel op de
>> The NEC PC Engine was officially only released in Japan (1987). In 1989 it was introduced in the USA as the TurboGrafx (or Turbografx-16). This was a slightly larger unit. Later versions are the CoreGrafx I and CoreGrafx II. None of these units were offic
Version 3
Updated: 17-05-2010 15:40:11 by Zwendel
Reviewed: 18-10-2010 16:53:53 by Zwendel
Bijzonderheden: De NEC pc Engine is enkel officieel uitgebracht in Japan (1987). In de USA werd een visueel lichtjes gewijzigde versie op de markt gebracht onder de naam TurboGrafx (1989).
Deze toestellen werden nooit officiëel in Europa ingevoerd, maar kwamen wel op de
>> De NEC pc Engine is enkel officieel uitgebracht in Japan (1987). In de USA werd een visueel lichtjes gewijzigde versie op de markt gebracht onder de naam TurboGrafx (1989).
Deze toestellen werden nooit officiëel in Europa ingevoerd, maar kwamen wel op de
Version 2
Updated: 17-05-2010 15:29:28 by Zwendel
Reviewed: 18-10-2010 16:53:53 by Zwendel
Bijzonderheden: De NEC pc Engine is enkel officieel uitgebracht in Japan (1987). In de USA werd een visueel lichtjes gewijzigde versie op de makt gebracht onder de naam TurboGrafx (1989).
Deze toestellen werden nooit officiëel in Europa ingevoerd, maar kwamen wel op de
>> De NEC pc Engine is enkel officieel uitgebracht in Japan (1987). In de USA werd een visueel lichtjes gewijzigde versie op de markt gebracht onder de naam TurboGrafx (1989).
Deze toestellen werden nooit officiëel in Europa ingevoerd, maar kwamen wel op de
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Added: 17-05-2010 15:28:16 by Zwendel
Reviewed: 18-10-2010 16:53:54 by Zwendel
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