PC-Engine Emulators The PC-Engine was basically an 8 bit machine that was released in 1987 at a time that NES, ZX-Spectrum, Master System, MSX & other consoles ruled the market. Besides the great quality of games the PC-Engine is also known for one more reason, it was the first videogame system to use the high storage capacity of a CD for games.
PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16) Above: The PC Engine. Below: The SuperGrafx. Developer Type Generation Release date 1987 Discontinued 1994 Successor SuperGrafx, Emulated ✓ The ( PCE) was a 16-bit system released jointly by and in Japan in 1987. When it came time to seek other potential markets, the two companies eventually caved to a limited American release in 1989 under a completely different model and name: the TurboGrafx-16. The European versions varied throughout the countries, being the western version in Spain and United Kingdom and Japanese models in Benelux regions. The joint venture, formed in North America as TTI, made an add-on called the PC Engine CD ( PCE-CD) / TurboGrafx-CD ( TG-CD) that loaded games from discs instead, much like the Sega CD but better supported.
The PC Engine Duo / Turbo-Duo combined the add-on into the unit with more RAM as yet another failed attempt to relaunch the failing console in the West. When it first launched in North America, the TurboGrafx-16 was largely seen as a failure blamed on poor marketing by the manufacturers. The PC Engine, on the other hand, was a whole different story, beating out the when it first came out long enough to compete against and gave little focus for the who was instead posing more of a threat to Nintendo in North America. NEC planned to enhance the system further, announcing the 'PC Engine 2' that would later become the PC Engine SuperGrafx. However, it was rushed to a 1989 market in Japan lacking much of its promised features with only seven titles exclusively made for it, ending up a commercial failure to be binned and discontinued not long after.
The PC Engine GT / Turbo-Express was a very rare handheld model of the original hardware, in the same vein as the Sega Nomad (a portable ). Reminder app for mac free. It did include some exclusive features like the TurboLink multiplayer feature (used in a flight sim called Falcon) but wasn't widely supported. Emulators [ ] Name Operating System(s) Latest Version PCE-CD (TG-CD) PCE2 (SG) Active PC (PCE-Accurate) Multi-platform ✓ ✓ ✗ High ✓ ✓ Multi-platform ✓ ✓ ✓ High ✓ ✓ (PCE-Fast) Multi-platform ✓ ✓ ✓ Mid ✓ ✓ Windows ✓ ✓ ✗ High ✓ ✗ Windows ✓ ✓ ✗ High ✗ ✗ Windows, macOS ✓ ✓ ✗ Mid ✗ ✗ Windows ✓ ✓ ✗ Mid ✓ ✗ pcejin (Mednafen 0.8.x) Windows ✓ ✓ ✗ Mid ✗ ✗ Multi-platform ~ ✗ ✗ Low ✗ ✗ Neco Windows 0.11 ✗ ✗ ✗ Low ✗ ✗ Windows ✓ ✓ ✗? ✓ ✗ Windows ✓ ✓ ✓? ✓ ✗ Windows, Linux, macOS ✗ ✓ ✓? ✓ ✗ Windows, Linux ✓? ✗ ✗ Mobile (PCE-Fast) Multi-platform ✓ ✓ ✓ Mid ✓ ✓ PCE.emu ✓?
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