Monday, July 30, 2007

TurboGrafx 16 complete CD System

Also known as PC-Engine in Japan the diminutive console was first released in US in 1989 boasting a 8-bit CPU with a 16-bit graphics chip capable of displaying 482 colors at once. The PC Engine was and is a very small video game console, due primarily to a very efficient three-chip architecture and its use of HuCards, credit-card sized data cartridges. Notably it was the first video game console in North America to have a CD-ROM peripheral and though The TurboGrafx-CD came packaged in a very large box, 85% of it was filled with protective styrofoam inserts.

Seller in US ships only to US

Now if only I could figure out the reserve price.....

TurboGrafx 16 CD System on

oh TurboGrafx games I hear you say... well look no Further!


  1. Whoa, that thing looks bulkier than a SEGA CD.

    Also noteworthy is that there is no copy protection on the CD ROM

  2. extremely noteworthy... porroe

    (grabs jacket heads off to ebay....)

    thank you!...