Konami announced its mini console, the TurboGrafx-16 Mini, which will be published in Japan as PC Engine Mini and in Europe like PC Engine Core Grafx. It will have two USB ports for the controllers and will also support a five-input multiplayer adapter. Below is the trailer presentation.
The games announced so far are the following:
- New Adventure Island
- Ninja Spirit
- Ys Book I & II
- Dungeon Explorer
- Alien Crush
As often happens in these cases, the different versions of the console will have different games. For example, the Japanese version will also include Dracula X: Rondo of Blood.
The original PC Engine was designed by Hudson and produced by NEC. It was marketed in Japan in the 1987 and was then exported as TurboGrafx-16 to the United States in the 1989.
However, Konami has not released information on how many games there will be in total, neither on the price or on a release date.