Miniature versions of beloved consoles have become an unexpected trend in recent years, with major companies like Sony, Nintendo and Sega instilling decades of history into small, digestible nuggets of nostalgia you can plug into your television and play at a moment’s notice. Now Konami is stepping into the ring with its PC Engine Core Grafx Mini.
It’s not only a mouthful to say without tripping over your words, but also a far more niche effort when compared to the PlayStation Classic or SNES Mini of recent years. Preloaded with 50 games across two platforms – PC Engine and TurboGrafx-16 – this dinky piece of hardware is a fascinating foray into gaming history, especially for those with a love for underrated Japanese classics.
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