||Basically an 8-bit machine, the PC-ENGINE had some very nice specs (256 simultaneous colors on
screen, 6 stereo sound channels, among others), allowing softhouses to create incredibly games. In most cases, these games were as good as any produced for
Megadrive/Genesis or SNES/Super Famicom.
And this was still during the Hu-Card era. The "Big Boom" came with the advent of
CD-Player. PC-ENGINE was the first videogame system to use the high storage capacity of a CD for games. Due to NEC's visionary
attitude, the CD become, from then on, the standard media for videogames.
was made to spread PC-ENGINE related info to Brazilian people
and, now in English, to every single PC-ENGINE fan around the world. But the main goal
we'd like to achieve is to build a NEC-CD game archive as large as possible, and make these games available to fans all over the
It's very important that you, PC-ENGINE fans, tell us about the site, giving your
opinion, sending game reviews and suggesting new CD-games to be added to our
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