Konami continues to mine its video game heritage\u00a0with three new mini-consoles based on the PC Engine. Although E3 is usually focused on the future of games, Konami has taken the opportunity to revive a much-loved but often overlooked console from the past. The cult 1980\u2019s games console was first released as the PC Engine in Japan in 1987, before coming to North America as the TurboGrafx-16 in 1989. Konami will be releasing three regional variants as teeny-tiny devices in the vein of the upcoming Sega Genesis Mini, and Nintendo\u2019s best-selling NES and SNES micro-consoles. NEC\u2019s console was not a huge success in the West, and it never came close to wresting control of the video games market from Nintendo and Sega. Nonetheless, it has a solid library of games, many of which received a second lease of life when they came to the Nintendo Wii and Wii U Virtual Consoles. The PC Engine Core Grafx\u00a0Mini will be released in Europe, with the TurboGrafx-16\u00a0Mini coming to the US, and the PC Engine Mini headed for Japan. Each console will include one controller and some new quality of life improvements including save states, HD output, and support for five player multiplayer using a multitap peripheral. Which is sold separately, of course. Six games have been announced so far with more to come soon. We\u2019ll update this list as they are confirmed This story was updated on July 12, 2019, to include the full lineup. What games are on the TurboGrafx-16, PC Engine Core Grafx, and PC Engine Mini? English TurboGrax-16 games \tAir Zonk \tAlien Crush \tBlazing Lazers \tBomberman '93 \tBonk's Revenge \tCadash \tChew-Man-Fu \tDungeon Explorer \tJ.J. & Jeff \tLords Of Thunder \tMilitary Madness (Nectaris) \tMoto Roader \tNeutopia \tNeutopia II \tNew Adventure Island \tNinjaspirit \tParasol Stars \tPower Golf \tPsychosis \tR-Type \tSoldier Blade \tSpace Harrier \tVictory Run \tYs Book I&II Japanese PC Engine games \tAkumaj\u014d Dracula X Chi No Rondo (Castlevania: Rondo Of Blood) \tAldynes \tAppare! Gateball \tBomberman '94 \tBomberman Panic Bomber \tCh\u014d Aniki \tDaimakaimura (Ghouls 'N' Ghosts) \tDungeon Explorer \tFantasy Zone \tGinga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire \tGradius (Nemesis) \tGradius II - Gofer No Yab\u014d (Nemesis II) \tJaseiken Necromancer \tNectaris (Military Madness) \tNeutopia \tNeutopia II \tNinja Ry\u016bkenden (Ninja Gaiden) \tPC-Genjin (Bonk) \tSalamander \tSnatcher \tStar Parodier (Fantasy Star Soldier) \tSuper Darius \tSuper Momotar\u014d Dentetsu II \tSuper Star Soldier \tThe Kung Fu (China Warrior) \tYs I&II Konami is yet to confirm a release date for the new range of consoles. Stay tuned for more news soon. The mini-console will launch on\u00a019th March 2020 and will cost around \u00a380. For weekly updates on the new games coming to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4, visit our new releases page.