Nintendo, Sony, Sega, SNK, and even Atari have all put out their attempts at reviving old, beloved consoles and making them new.
While Atari’s VCS is a full-sized modern version of its iconic entertainment system, the rest have opted to shrink their revivals down in both size and the games they can play.
Konami, who is probably better known for making games than any actual console, is jumping on the latter bandwagon with the TurboGrafx-16 Mini, a console that few might actually remember.
The original full-sized TurboGrafx-16 was launched way back in 1989 but it started out life in 1987 as the PC Engine in Japan.
The latter gained a bit of popularity but, unlike Nintendo’s game system, failed to take hold in the US.
What better way to make up for lost time than with retro mini version.