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Hudson celebrates the 20th anniversary of the PC Engine

JC Fletcher, @jcfletcher
March 16, 2007
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2007 is the twentieth anniversary of the PC Engine (the Japanese Turbografx-16) and Hudson, who co-created the console with NEC, is honoring the little console and its little HuCards in two ways this year:

  1. By releasing lots of awesome games on the Virtual Console, and
  2. By featuring a multipart PC Engine retrospective on their home page
We're so happy to see the Wii bringing the PC Engine back into the limelight. It brought us a lot of games that deserve a second look, and deserve to be played by a new audience. Please, tip your hat to NEC and Hudson's masterpiece. Go check out the first part of the article, and then check out some Turbo games on the VC if you haven't already!


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