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Retro Gaming Geek Jun 11
Replying to @retrogaminggeek
8th December 1989 🇯🇵 NEC release the PC Engine's successor, the backwards compatible SuperGrafx. Sold as a 16-bit console, it featured improved graphics and audio. Only 6 games were developed that made use of this extra power. An adapter allowed it to connect to the CD-ROM².