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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by Thierry Henry Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:29 am

@ Breetai,

Thought maybe you can use this pic in the thread as a type of reference to the various controllers. :)

A couple of third party pads in there as well. And also an official wireless controller.

I still need to find me that Vistar branded pad. But methinks that would be next to impossible.


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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by greg Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:48 am

ApolloBoy wrote:Energy is a pretty terrible game, and so is Wonder Momo which has a reputation for being one of the worst games on the system. The others are fairly solid choices though.

I bought Energy a couple of nights ago, just for the heck of it, and also because I'm a Masaya fanboy. It was only 300 yen, and it turned out to be brand new, unsealed. I was happy.
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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by Breetai Sat Nov 24, 2012 1:35 am

greg wrote:
ApolloBoy wrote:Energy is a pretty terrible game, and so is Wonder Momo which has a reputation for being one of the worst games on the system. The others are fairly solid choices though.

I bought Energy a couple of nights ago, just for the heck of it, and also because I'm a Masaya fanboy. It was only 300 yen, and it turned out to be brand new, unsealed. I was happy.

Did you find it locally, or online?
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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by greg Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:02 am

Breetai wrote:Did you find it locally, or online?

Sorry for the late reply. I've lost track of this forum for a while. I found Energy at a place called Kanteidan in Shimizu. It's a used items superstore, specializing in DVDs, CDs, games, toys, plastic models, figures, clothing, accessories, etc. There's also a Kanteidan in Shizuoka and Fuji where I live.
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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by Breetai Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:54 am

greg wrote:
Breetai wrote:Did you find it locally, or online?

Sorry for the late reply. I've lost track of this forum for a while. I found Energy at a place called Kanteidan in Shimizu. It's a used items superstore, specializing in DVDs, CDs, games, toys, plastic models, figures, clothing, accessories, etc. There's also a Kanteidan in Shizuoka and Fuji where I live.

Ah, ok! No worries on losing track of here. I imagine you have a lot on your plate.
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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by Breetai Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:40 pm

Look what I did today...

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To even further complicate things, the Super System card in the PCE has a region adapter on it. So... it functions as a US Super System card. The PCE is region modded and has the switch on the US setting. It's probably the most complicated Turbografx/PC Engine set-up that can be done. Unless, of course, you add in a Super Grafx and an RAU-30. :D
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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by Thierry Henry Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:45 am

Can never have too much PC Engine/TG16 goodness! Me likes. :D

BTW, is that the "Divingboard" converter with the green PCB?
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Re: NEC Turbografx-16/Turbo Duo/PC Engine Guide

by Breetai Wed Dec 19, 2012 1:12 am

Thierry Henry wrote:BTW, is that the "Divingboard" converter with the green PCB?


Sure is. I got it from another member here not too long ago. :)
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