Unknown to more or less everyone, I give you the Korean Vistar, a recycled TurboGrafx-16. As far as I know this is the first bit of information about it in the western world.
After a long time of no substantive updates I completely reworked the PC Engine RGB mod page. All new pics, all new text, and gobs of new links. Check it out.
Taito‘s finally put up some screenshots of their newest DariusDX for Vodafone in Japan. One of their deluxe 256k Applis, costs four hundred Yen to download and looks as good as the PC Engine version, I’d say.
I spent the greater part of my evening putting together a PC Engine CD (with case) system that I could call my own. I pulled out all the stops, with a white (not yellow!) PC Engine system, the cleanest CD ROM I could find, RGB amp, LED swap and region mod. It turned out great, […]
Hudson, now a division of Konami and past purveyors of all things PC Engine, have released everyone’s favourite future military sim Nectaris for Vodafone cellular phones in Japan. Check it out. This is in addition to several NES and PC Engine releases like Adventure Island, Star Soldier, Lode Runner and Bomberman. NTT DoCoMo’s i-mode on […]
A bit of a trivia collection for you: 101 Secrets of the PC Engine! Includes pics + diagrams!
SiK and I, along with some of the #shmups denizens, have put together a preliminary guide to the Caravan stages of Soldier Blade for the PC Engine. Have a look if you’re into that.
Some of you may have noticed the new NEC consoles gracing the background of this page instead of the screenshots that used to be here. Please rest assured they’ll be back after I tire of my own vektorgraphik magnificence. I whipped up a CoreGrafx, PCE and TurboGrafx so far, and as you can see here […]
For your viewing enjoyment and wonderment, some protype PC Engine gear and a few pics of some MegaDrive protos: MD Floppy Drive, a MD Floppy + keyboard and a MD FDD + touchpad. None of these items were released, but in the case of the PC Engine gear you can clearly see where some of […]