Konami – which holds the rights to the PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 brand via its ownership of the now-defunct Hudson Soft – has lifted the lid on yet another retro-themed micro-console.

This time, it's NEC / Hudson's legendary PC Engine, the system which took Japan by a storm in the late '80s and came to the US in the (slightly less successful) form of the TurboGrafx-16.

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The console will come in three designs. The Japanese market will get the original white PC Engine, while Europe will get the Core Grafx revision (which was basically just a different case colour with AV output rather than RF). In the US, players will get the TurboGrafx-16 case design, which was larger to appeal to American sensibilities.

Games confirmed so far for the western edition are:

It has also been revealed which games will be available on the Japanese version:


There's no pricing info or even a solid release date, but we'll update this post the moment we know.

[source twitter.com]