The TurboGrafx-16 in Australia which is also known as the PC engine in Japan. TurboGrafx is a video game controller, manufactured and sold by NEC and developed by Hudson Soft. It was released in Japan on October 30, 1987, and in the United States on August 29, 1989, since it was limited in the United Kingdom. TurboGrafx is one of the oldest games you can play 16. There are only a few people who still like to play TurboFarkeys 16 games in Australia. If you have a set-top box and want to play old games, you can buy them in the shop above.

Price and availability

The first controller was released in the 16-bit era, although it used to 8-bite processor. Initially, he intended to compete with the Nintendo Entertainment System and eventually competed with Sega genesis and then with the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. TurboGrafx-16 has an 8-bit processor, 16-bit color video encryption and a 16-bit video display controller. The game is stored on an optical CD format with the addition of HuCard cartridges or TurboGrafx CDs. TurboGrafx 16 Games Price in Australia is about 100 AUD. Above we have listed several stores where you can buy these games.


In the late 1980s - early 1990s, a console war broke out around the world. In North America, this conflict was mainly between Sega and Nintendo. However, the battle in Japanese territory was quite different. Other companies have suddenly stolen their market share - one of them, NEC, in collaboration with Hudson Soft and their console: PC Engine.

Although NEC tried to penetrate the North American market by changing the console name to TurboGrafx-16, it never succeeded in occupying an important place in our territory. Is it because the console tried to keep up with Sega and Nintendo? No! Not at all, it's a matter of "time."

Two years after the initial release of the PC engine in Japan, TurboGrafx-16, the American version of this console, appeared on the shelves of the United States and Canada. Unfortunately, two weeks ago Sega introduced to the players a new console, Sega Genesis. While the Sega console occupied the entire media space because it was the first 16-bit controller on North American soil, the TurboGrafx-16, for its part, did not emit much waves. However, graphically and soundly, the NEC console can easily resist the legendary Genesis.

After all, TurboGrafx-16 achieved some success before the release of Super Nintendo, two years later. Due to the decline in sales in America, turboGrafx-16 support was much lower here than japan. Therefore, there were fewer than a hundred games on the Shelves of North America. In addition, this console fell victim to some quirks about its design.

TurboGrafx-16 is a unique controller. It has many features that are not in any other car this time. First, it's the first controller to have a CD player in 1990. Secondly, games that are not on CDs are on small cards.


Since turboGrafx-16 is different from all other consoles at the time, it has many exclusive games. The NEC console is famous for its abundance of "shoot'em Ups". Games such as Blazing Lazers and Super Star Soldier have identified the console's dominance on the shmup theater. Turbografx-16 also has its share of stunning arcade ports, among other things, the versions of Splatterhouse, R-Type and even Super Street Fighter II are exceptional in terms of sound and image.

Finally, there are games that come to your mind immediately when you think of a controller like NES and Super Mario Bros., plus Genesis and Sonic. For TurboGrafx-16, it's bonca adventure, Bomberman. However, these games have hit other controllers, and their best versions are based in the TurboGrafx-16 catalog.