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Hardware Review: PC Engine Mini - Still An Acquired Taste, Even After 30 Years

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Konami – which is now the custodian of the
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brand following its
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in 2011 – is perhaps a little late to the party with its take on the ‘micro-console’ concept that kicked off with the
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a few years back. Since then, we’ve seen SNK, Sony and Sega all jump on board the retro money train, often with wildly varying degrees of success.

However, while the
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both offered up a selection of games that will be familiar even to the most casual of retro gaming fans thanks to the fact they’ve been released (and re-released) on a wide range of digital storefronts over the past decade, the PC Engine Mini (alongside its western counterpart, the TurboGrafx-16 Mini) offers up a library of games that's a little more off the beaten track. That's not to say it lacks quality – quite the opposite, in fact – and with emulation expert M2 doing the heavy-lifting (just as it did with Sega’s micro-console) authenticity is assured.

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