Japanese PlayStation 3 owners are already enjoying some of the TurboGrafx-16 library, courtesy of Hudson's "PC Engine Archives" that let modern gamers experience a handful of 16-bit classics. One more console is being added to Hudson's list: the SuperGrafx.
According to a report from Andriasang, sci-fi shooter SuperGrafx title Battle Ace will come to the Japanese PlayStation Store next week, the first from the failed console released in 1989. Console maker NEC's follow-up to the TurboGrafx-16 was home to only seven titles, including Battle Ace, Ghouls n' Ghosts and Darius Alpha.
Ah hell, here are the rest: Aldynes, Darius Plus, 1941: Counter Attack and Madouou Granzort.
PSN Gets SuperGrafx Games [Andriasang]