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Seven New Titles Announced for PC Engine Coregrfx Mini

With a stellar line-up already announced, many retro gamers are getting understandably excited about the PC Engine Mini. Konami have announced another seven titles for the tiny console, including some big hitters to be emulated on the system by veterans M2. The miniature console is due for release on the 19th of March, with a line up now including Splatterhouse, Galaga '88, and Seirei Senshi Spriggan.

The complete TurboGrafx-16 line-up, in English language, now includes 25 games:

  • Air Zonk
    • Alien Crush
    • Blazing Lazers
    • Bomberman ‘93
    • Bonk’s Revenge
    • Cadash
    • Chew-Man-Fu
    • Dungeon Explorer
    • J.J. & Jeff
    • Lords Of Thunder
    • Military Madness
    • Moto Roader
    • Neutopia
    • Neutopia II
    • New Adventure Island
    • Ninja Spirit
    • Parasol Stars
    • Power Golf
    • Psychosis
    • R-Type
    • Soldier Blade
    • Space Harrier
    • Splatterhouse
    • Victory Run
    • Ys Book I&II

For those looking for the complete PC Engine experience, a total of 32 titles in their original Japanese language will also be playable on the PC Engine CoreGrafx mini, including:

  • Akumajō Dracula X Chi No Rondo
    • Aldynes
    • Appare! Gateball
    • Bomberman ‘94
    • Bomberman Panic Bomber
    • Chō Aniki
    • Daimakaimura
    • Dragon Spirit
    • Dungeon Explorer
    • Fantasy Zone
    • Galaga ‘88
    • Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire
    • Gradius
    • Gradius II – Gofer No Yabō –
    • Jaseiken Necromancer
    • Nectaris
    • Neutopia
    • Neutopia II
    • Ninja Ryūkenden
    • PC Genjin
    • Salamander
    • Seirei Senshi Spriggan
    • Snatcher
    • Spriggan mark2
    • Star Parodier
    • Super Darius
    • Super Momotarō Dentetsu II
    • Super Star Soldier
    • The Genji and the Heike Clans
    • The Kung Fu
    • The Legend of Valkyrie
    • Ys I・II
Gary “Dominoid” Sheppard

Gary “Dominoid” Sheppard

Video Editor

Gary maintains his belief that the Amstrad CPC is the greatest system ever and patiently awaits the sequel to "Rockstar ate my Hamster"

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