PC Engine Mini
The PC Engine was a revolutionary small-sized game console that went on sale in Japan on October 30, 1987. It was based on the "Core Concept", a concept to expand the functionality by connecting various peripherals. In November 1988, the CD-ROM², the world's first CD-ROM-based expansion interface, was released. In November 1988, the CD-ROM², the world's first CD-ROM-based expansion interface, was released, bringing a wave of optical disc software supply to the gaming industry.
The "PC Engine mini" was a compact reprint of the "PC Engine" and included several titles released for the "PC Engine" and "TurboGrafx-16" at the time.
THE Kouo / PC Original / Devil Castle Dracula X Blood Rinne / Ninja Ryukenden / Ease I / II / Tengai Makyo II MARU / Evil Sword Necromancer / Daimakaimura / Dungeon Explorer / Super Star Soldier / Super Darius / Fantasy Zone / Cho Aniki / Star Parodier / Galaxy Police Legend Sapphire / SNATCHER / Tokimeki Memorial / Bomberman '94 / Nectaris / Super Momotarou Electric Railway II / Neutopia / Neutopia II / Bomberman Panic Bomber / Ordines / Appare! Gateball / Gradius / Gradius II -GOFER's Ambition- / Galaga '88 / Dragon Spirit / Genpei Tomaden / Splatterhouse / Valkyrie no Densetsu / Spirit Warrior Spriggan / Spriggan mark2
- Set contents Accessories: Dedicated controller x 1, USB cable (for power supply) x 1, HDMI cable x 1, instruction manual
Product specifications Input / output terminal: HDMI terminal, USB terminal (type A, micro-B)
Power supply: micro-B power supply
Video output: 720p, 480p
Audio output: Linear PCM 2CH output from HDMI terminal