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PC Engine SuperGrafx

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The PC Engine SuperGrafx console and controller.


The PC Engine SuperGrafx was released on December 8th, 1989 - just two years after the original PC Engine released in 1987.[1][2]

The SuperGrafx did not do well commercially, and only 75,000 consoles were sold.[1][2]


The PC Engine SuperGrafx uses an 8-bit HuC6280A processor clocked at 7.16 megahertz.[3][4]

The system has 32 kilobytes of RAM and 128 kilobytes of VRAM.[4]

The SuperGrafx has an extra video processor compared to the original PC Engine though bottlenecking limited performance.[5][6]

Notable games[edit]

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  • 1941: Counter Attack
  • Ghouls 'n Ghosts
  • Madö King Granzört
  • Battle Ace
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