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TurboGrafx 16

I'm really not that great at writing about myself or serious topics, so, instead I'll write about video games. XD

Well, here I go, please enjoy and I hope this doesn't sound too much like an infomercial or something like that.
The TG-16 was popular in Japan(as the PC Engine), but because of a bunch of bad marketing and not releasing some of the most popular games for the system in the US, the TG-16 became the also-ran game console, behind the Sega Genesis and SNES, and the poor TG-16 isn't remembered by most people. The TG-16 sold from...I think 1989-1993 in the US, and it was sold in Europe in very limited quantities. I'm not sure if it's considered a true 16-bit console or not, but it doesn't really matter that much to me because I think it's an awesome console with many fun, unusual, and colorful games on it, and I really wish it could have done better in the US. Hm, games I'd recommend...well I don't have many games for it but I'd recommend Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge, Bonk 3: Bonk's Big Adventure, Air Zonk, Dungeon Explorer, Cratermaze, and Blazing Lazers. I'd also like to recommend some of the games that didn't come out in the US(which I got thru the Wii Shop Channel years ago), Detana! TwinBee and Star Parodier, both fantastic games. Long story short, the TG-16 is a great console, and I hope that by writing a bit about it that it will gain at least a few more fans. :)


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