PC Engine

Military Madness

Military Madness is a turn-based strategy game developed by Hudson Soft for the TurboGrafx-16. Published by Hudson Soft in Japan the game was originally released on February 9, 1989 for the PC Engine under the name Nectaris. The title was renamed to Military Madness when publisher NEC released a North American version of the game for the TurboGrafx-16.

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Snatcher is a graphic adventure game in the form of a visual novel that was developed and published by Konami. The game was written and designed by Hideo Kojima who aspired to create a game with a cinematic feel. Kojima was inspired by several difference science fiction films and as a result the game’s story and setting where heavily influenced by the 1982 movie Blade Runner and 1984 movie The Terminator.

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TurboGrafx-16 is a fourth-generation home video game console designed by Hudson Soft and manufactured by NEC Home Electronics. The console was released in North America on August 29, 1989 and was a redesign of the PC Engine that was released in Japan on October 30,1987.

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Devil’s Crush

Devil’s Crush is a pinball video game developed by Compile and published by Naxat Soft for the TurboGrafx-16. Released in 1990 the game is a follow up to Alien Crush and is the second installment in the Crush Pinball series.

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Splatterhouse is a horror-based beat ’em up video game that was developed and published by Namco. The game was originally released in arcades in November 1988 in Japan, February 1989 in North America and March 1989 in Europe. The western release of the arcade cabinet is extremely rare due to the controversy the game caused upon release resulting in low quantities being distributed to various arcades.

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Bonk’s Adventure

Bonk’s Adventure is an action platforming video game developed by Red Compnay and Atlus for the PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16. Released in Japan on December 15, 1989 as PC Genjin, a play on the Japanese name of the home console, PC Engine. The game was brought to the west and released for the TurboGrafx-16 in April 1990 and was the first release in the Bonk series.