TG-16 Reviews

Dungeon Explorer (TG-16)

Dungeon Explorer (TG-16)

Dungeon Explorer is a multiplayer action/role-playing game where up to five players can play at the same time.

When the PC Engine was first released, NEC and Hudson knew that they would have a hard time tempting third party companies to produce games for the machine - Nintendo's NES was still the number one machine and Nintendo themselves had made many publishers agree to not produce games for..

Victory Run (TG-16)

Victory Run (TG-16)

The TurboGrafx's answer to Rad Racer and Out Run.

Victory Run may look like just another bland 16-bit racer. But once you dive into the game you begin to see that it's actually got a lot of depth and playability to it. Not only do you have to watch out for other racers, but you also have to spend a lot of time dealing with parts of your car going...

Super Star Soldier (TG-16)

Super Star Soldier (TG-16)

Super Star Soldier is a classic vertical-scrolling shooting game.

The TurboGrafx-16 has more than its fair share of excellent shoot-em-ups. Super Star Soldier is a follow-up to Hudson’s NES classic Star Soldier. It was one of the earlier games on the TurboGrafx and spawned two quality sequels including the rather spiffy Soldier Blade. The shoot-em-up action is presented in a vertical scrolling..

Bomberman '93 (TG-16)

Bomberman '93 (TG-16)

Will there ever come a day when evil villains decide to give it all up in favour of getting an honest job?

The first thing that most gamers think of when they hear the name Hudson is Bomberman. Having been one of the company's flagship series over the years, it's little wonder why. The Bomberman games have seen releases on just about every console imaginable over the years, but it's these..

Bonk's Adventure (TG-16)

Bonk's Adventure (TG-16)

Set in prehistoric times, this Wonderboy-style scrolling platform game has the hero, a slap-head baldy called PC Kid, running and jumping his way through many levels.

The Super NES had Mario, the Genesis had Sonic, so you knew it was only a matter of time before Hudson would be looking to create a mascot game for their Turbografx-16 system as well...