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PC Engine mini


THE Kouo
THE Kouo

Jaseiken Necromancer
Jaseiken Necromancer

Galaga '88
Galaga '88

fantasy zone
Fantasy Zone

Dragon Spirit
Dragon Spirit

Appreciate! Gateball
Appreciate! Gateball


Nectaris
Nectaris

Dungeon Explorer
Dungeon Explorer

Neutopia
Neutopia

PC Bonk
PC Bonk

Ys I / II
Ys I / II

Genpei Tomaden
Genpei Tomaden


Super Darius
Super Darius

Splatter House
Splatter House

Super Star Soldier
Super Star Soldier

Ghouls'n Ghost
Great Makaimura

Legend of Walküre
The Legend of Valkyrie

Aldynes
Ordines


Seirei Senshi Spriggan
Spirit Warrior Spriggan

Neutopia II
Neutopia II

Gradius
Gradius

Super Momotaro Dentetsu II
Super Momotaro Dentetsu II

Ninja Ryukenden
Ninja Gaiden

Tengai Makyo II 卍 MARU
Tengai Makyo II 卍 MARU


Star Parodier
Star Parodier

Spriggan mark2
Spriggan mark2

SNATCHER
SNATCHER

Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition-
Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition-

Cho Aniki
Cho Aniki

Akumajo Dracula X Blood Circulation
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood


Bomberman '94
Bomberman '94

Tokimeki Memorial
Tokimeki Memorial

Bomberman Panic Bomber
Bomberman Panic Bomber

Galaxy Police Legend Sapphire
Galactic Policewoman Legend Sapphi


The PC Engine was a revolutionary small-sized game console that went on sale in Japan on October 30, 1987. It was based on the "Core Concept", a concept to expand the functionality by connecting various peripherals. In November 1988, the CD-ROM², the world's first CD-ROM-based expansion interface, was released. In November 1988, the CD-ROM², the world's first CD-ROM-based expansion interface, was released, bringing a wave of optical disc software supply to the gaming industry.

The "PC Engine mini" was a compact reprint of the "PC Engine" and included several titles released for the "PC Engine" and "TurboGrafx-16" at the time.

PC engine title lineup

THE Kouo / PC Original / Devil Castle Dracula X Blood Rinne / Ninja Ryukenden / Ease I / II / Tengai Makyo II 卍 MARU / Jaseiken Necromancer / Daimakaimura / Dungeon Explorer / Super Star Soldier / Super Darius / Fantasy Zone / Super Big Brother / Star Parodier / Galaxy Policewoman Legend Sapphire / SNATCHER / Tokimeki Memorial / Bomberman '94 / Nectaris / Super Momotarou Electric Railway II / Neutopia / Neutopia II / Bomberman Panick Bomber / Ordines / Appare! Gateball / Gradius / Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition- / Galaga '88 / Dragon Spirit / Genpei Tomaden / Splatter House / Valkyrie no Densetsu / Spirit Warrior Spriggan / Spriggan mark2

Set includes

1 dedicated controller, 1 USB cable (for power supply), 1 HDMI cable, instruction manual
Product specifications differ from the European version of the PC Engine Core Graphics mini and the Americas version of the TurboGrafx-16 mini. The gamepad that comes with the Japanese version of the PC Engine mini does not have the continuous shooting function.

PC Engine mini", "PC Engine Core Graphics mini", and "TurboGrafx-16 mini" are sold exclusively on Discovery Japan.

Main unit size: 120 mm x 115 mm x 35 mm / Controller size: 140 mm x 65 mm x 25 mm / Controller cable size: 3.0 m



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PC Engine mini


THE Kouo
THE Kouo

Jaseiken Necromancer
Jaseiken Necromancer

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Galaga '88

fantasy zone
Fantasy Zone

Dragon Spirit
Dragon Spirit

Appreciate! Gateball
Appreciate! Gateball


Nectaris
Nectaris

Dungeon Explorer
Dungeon Explorer

Neutopia
Neutopia

PC Bonk
PC Bonk

Ys I / II
Ys I / II

Genpei Tomaden
Genpei Tomaden


Super Darius
Super Darius

Splatter House
Splatter House

Super Star Soldier
Super Star Soldier

Ghouls'n Ghost
Great Makaimura

Legend of Walküre
The Legend of Valkyrie

Aldynes
Ordines


Seirei Senshi Spriggan
Spirit Warrior Spriggan

Neutopia II
Neutopia II

Gradius
Gradius

Super Momotaro Dentetsu II
Super Momotaro Dentetsu II

Ninja Ryukenden
Ninja Gaiden

Tengai Makyo II 卍 MARU
Tengai Makyo II 卍 MARU


Star Parodier
Star Parodier

Spriggan mark2
Spriggan mark2

SNATCHER
SNATCHER

Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition-
Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition-

Cho Aniki
Cho Aniki

Akumajo Dracula X Blood Circulation
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood


Bomberman '94
Bomberman '94

Tokimeki Memorial
Tokimeki Memorial

Bomberman Panic Bomber
Bomberman Panic Bomber

Galaxy Police Legend Sapphire
Galactic Policewoman Legend Sapphi


The PC Engine was a revolutionary small-sized game console that went on sale in Japan on October 30, 1987. It was based on the "Core Concept", a concept to expand the functionality by connecting various peripherals. In November 1988, the CD-ROM², the world's first CD-ROM-based expansion interface, was released. In November 1988, the CD-ROM², the world's first CD-ROM-based expansion interface, was released, bringing a wave of optical disc software supply to the gaming industry.

The "PC Engine mini" was a compact reprint of the "PC Engine" and included several titles released for the "PC Engine" and "TurboGrafx-16" at the time.

PC engine title lineup

THE Kouo / PC Original / Devil Castle Dracula X Blood Rinne / Ninja Ryukenden / Ease I / II / Tengai Makyo II 卍 MARU / Jaseiken Necromancer / Daimakaimura / Dungeon Explorer / Super Star Soldier / Super Darius / Fantasy Zone / Super Big Brother / Star Parodier / Galaxy Policewoman Legend Sapphire / SNATCHER / Tokimeki Memorial / Bomberman '94 / Nectaris / Super Momotarou Electric Railway II / Neutopia / Neutopia II / Bomberman Panick Bomber / Ordines / Appare! Gateball / Gradius / Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition- / Galaga '88 / Dragon Spirit / Genpei Tomaden / Splatter House / Valkyrie no Densetsu / Spirit Warrior Spriggan / Spriggan mark2

Set includes

1 dedicated controller, 1 USB cable (for power supply), 1 HDMI cable, instruction manual
Product specifications differ from the European version of the PC Engine Core Graphics mini and the Americas version of the TurboGrafx-16 mini. The gamepad that comes with the Japanese version of the PC Engine mini does not have the continuous shooting function.

PC Engine mini", "PC Engine Core Graphics mini", and "TurboGrafx-16 mini" are sold exclusively on Discovery Japan.

Main unit size: 120 mm x 115 mm x 35 mm / Controller size: 140 mm x 65 mm x 25 mm / Controller cable size: 3.0 m

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