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Space Harrier & Fantasy Zone Coming to PC Engine Mini, Releasing 19th March 2020

Friday, July 12th, 2019

The full games line-up for the PC Engine Core Grafx Mini has been revealed and there’s a surprising inclusion of 2 SEGA titles in the form of the PC Engine versions of Fantasy Zone and Space Harrier. Check out the full line-up reveal trailer below:

The PC Engine Core Grafx Mini features 24 English Turbografx-16 titles and 26 Japanese PC Engine titles. Mega-CD owners will recognise Lords of Thunder, Dungeon Explorer and Snatcher, and while Lords of Thunder and Dungeon Explorer are also available in English, Snatcher is sadly presented in its original Japanese language with no translation options being offered at this time.

The PC Engine Core Grafx Mini will launch on the 19th of March 2020. Pre-orders will go live exclusively through Amazon shortly.

YouTube Channel: Comparison of Black Hole Assault’s Cut-Scenes on Mega-CD and PC Engine

Sunday, June 2nd, 2013

Black Hole Assault is a Mega-CD title released in October 1992. The game is a one-on-one fighter with anime-styled cut-scenes that contain the game’s plot. Interestingly, a PC Engine version was released in July 1993 and contains different dialogue in its’ cut-scenes.

In the following video, we take a look at the cut-scenes from both versions of the game and showcase the differences.

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