TurboGrafx-16, known in Japan as PC Engine (PC エ ン ジ ン, PI Shī Enjin?), Is a video game console released in 1987 pelaNEC and Hudson Soft. After its release in Japan and its acceptance in that country, it was launched in 1988 in the United States named Turbo Grafx-16. Despite the TG-16 is more powerful than its current competitors (Master System and NES) had little acceptance of the American public. Although a 16-bit console is considered his main CPU is 8 bits and a PPU (Picture Processing Unit - responsible for the graphics) is that it is 16-bit. The games were distributed on memory cards called HuCard (or TurboChip in the US) and were practically the same size as a credit card. The PC Engine was also the first console to use a CD-ROM drive. Made possible by an accessory it was sold separately released as a PC-Engine CD-ROM in Japan in April 1988 and TurboGrafx-CD in the US, brought digital music, voices and better animations. The last upgrade released for the PC Engine was the Arcade Card, a memory card that increased RAM and allow the reading of more complex games. This card is mainly used in the Neo Geo games conversions (Art of Fighting and Fatal Fury Special). Emulator law In Brazil, according to the Computer Program Law No. 9,609 / 98, with regard to copyright protection, the only way a ROM is cool is when a person has the game (legally purchased) and uses the ROM in Backup computer as the original game. Pack System: TurboGrafx CD Release Date: 14 | 06 | 2015 Style: Pack for Hyperspin License: Free Developer: NEC and Hudson Soft | Pack Robustter Downloads System: Windows Size: 517 MB Server: Mega Format: Rar
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