While the majority can appreciate the announcement that Sega Genesis games will be featured on Revolution’s virtual console, the same cannot be said about Turbo Grafx games. Game Daily writes: “Back in the late 80’s, a game console came on the scene that hit right out of left field. It wasn’t from Sega nor Nintendo, but rather from a collaboration between Hudson Soft and NEC. The machine was called the Turbo Grafx 16, and it was able to process a number of colorful, delightful game experiences in a 16-bit fashion while only using the processing power of an 8-bit machine.”
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