Mini consoles are a publisher's dream, so it's no surprise that Konami would jump on the bandwagon with their own retro console: the TurboGrafx 16 Mini.
Marking the console's 30th anniversary — it first launched in the US in 1989 — the TurboGrafx Mini is about double the size of a SNES Classic or PS Classic. It's going to be released in three different regions as the PC Engine Core Grafx mini, the PC Engine mini and the TurboGrafx-16 mini, with the PC Engine Core Grafx mini released in Europe and the TurboGrafx-16 released in the United States.
It'll ship with six titles:
- Alien Crush
- Dungeon Explorer
- Ys Book 1 & 2
- Ninja Spirit
- New Adventure Island
Konami confirmed that a separate attachment would be released with the consoles to enable 5-player multiplayer in Dungeon Explorer. More about the console is due to be announced later this year, although they confirmed the console would include quick saves. No word on whether the console will be released in Australia yet.