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Turbo Grafx 16 Games & Consoles

eStarland.com offers a great selection of used TurboGrafx-16 games, TurboGrafx-16 systems, PC Engine games and consoles. Whether you are looking to experience a classic console for the first time or just trying to find a game or two that your collection has been missing, you need to look no further than eStarland.com.

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Rare TurboGrafx 16 games

List of Turbo Grafx 16 Games

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1943 Kai PC Engine
Imported

1943 Kai PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$38.97 - $64.95 

27 Piece Video Game Console Precision Tool Kit (Duratool)

27 Piece Video Game Console Precision Tool Ki...

Multi-Platform

New

$24.95 

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30-in-1 Video Game Screwdriver Set

30-in-1 Video Game Screwdriver Set

Multi-Platform

New

$29.95 

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4 Port Audio Video Switch

4 Port Audio Video Switch

Electronics

New

$14.95 

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Addams Family CD

Addams Family CD

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$14.68 - $41.95 

Advanced V.G. Super CD-ROM2
Imported

Advanced V.G. Super CD-ROM2

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$12.07 - $21.95 

Aero Blasters

Aero Blasters

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$69.31 

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Aero Blasters PC Engine
Imported

Aero Blasters PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$29.97 - $49.95 

After Burner II PC Engine
Imported

After Burner II PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$12.07 - $21.95 

Air Zonk

Air Zonk

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$96.73 - $214.95 

Alien Crush

Alien Crush

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$37.05 

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Alien Crush PC Engine
Imported

Alien Crush PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$4.98 - $9.95 

Andre Panza Kickboxing

Andre Panza Kickboxing

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$18.46 

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Ankoku Densetsu PC Engine
Imported

Ankoku Densetsu PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$23.07 - $41.95 

Aoi Blink PC Engine
Imported

Aoi Blink PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$13.17 - $21.95 

Art of Fighting Arcade CD-Rom
Imported

Art of Fighting Arcade CD-Rom

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$12.75 

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Audio/Video Selector Switch by Kinyo

Audio/Video Selector Switch by Kinyo

Multi-Platform

New

$24.95 

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Audio/Video Selector w/ RF Modulator by Magnavox

Audio/Video Selector w/ RF Modulator by Magna...

Multi-Platform

New

$19.95 

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Avenger CD-ROM2
Imported

Avenger CD-ROM2

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$11.21 - $14.95 

Ballistix

Ballistix

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$48.72 

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Battle Lode Runner PC Engine
Imported

Battle Lode Runner PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$19.22 - $34.95 

Battle Royale

Battle Royale

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$31.46 

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Be Ball PC Engine
Imported

Be Ball PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$11.70 - $19.50 

Benkei Gaiden
Imported

Benkei Gaiden

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$7.77 - $12.95 

Beyond Shadowgate Super CD

Beyond Shadowgate Super CD

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$124.98 - $249.95 

Bikkuriman Daijikai CD-Rom2
Imported

Bikkuriman Daijikai CD-Rom2

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$5.25 - $10.50 

Bikkuriman World CD-Rom2
Imported

Bikkuriman World CD-Rom2

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$13.13 - $17.50 

Blazing Lazers

Blazing Lazers

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$63.60 

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Blodia PC Engine
Imported

Blodia PC Engine

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$6.48 - $12.95 

Bloody Wolf

Bloody Wolf

Turbo Grafx 16

Used

$50.67 

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Legacy of the TurboGrafx-16

At eStarland.com we offer a massive selection of used TurboGrafx-16 games, accessories, and systems. Whether you are looking to experience a classic console for the first time or just trying to find a game or two that your collection has been missing, you need look no further than eStarland.com.

The TurboGrafx-16 was first released as the PC Engine in Japan in 1987, and in 1989 in the US. The system ran on an 8-bit CPU, comparable to the Nintendo Entertainment System, but boasted a 16-bit graphics processor capable of displaying up to 512 colors. This superior GPU allowed TurboGrafx games to contain better graphics and higher quality music than it’s competitors.

Rather than using traditional cartridges, the TurboGrafx used a new style of media which was roughly the size of a credit card. These TurboChips (or HuCards as they were known in Japan) had a storage capacity of roughly 20-megabits, 5 times that of an average NES cartridge.

Marketed as a direct competitor of the Nintendo NES and the Sega Genesis, the Turbo Grafx had an early advantage with superior graphics and sounds with games such as Soldier Blade, Bonk’s Adventure, Blazing Lazers, Vigilante, Alien Crush, and the pack-in game, Keith Courage in Alpha Zone.

In 1990 a CD-ROM add-on was released for the TurboGrafx, making it the first home video game console to use optical discs as game media. With the substantially larger storage capacity as well as the ability to use CD quality audio this add-on saw some of the best games the 16-bit era had to offer, such as Fighting Street (better known as the first ‘Street Fighter’), Ys Book I & II, Monster Lair, Exile, and Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams. 1990 also saw the release of the Turbo Express, a handheld version of the TurboGrafx that could play the same TurboChip games as the home console.

In 1992 Turbo Technologies Inc, the US extension of NEC and Hudson, released the Turbo Duo, a combination of the TurboGrafx-16 and the Turbo CD, plus a Super System BIOS and an extra 192k RAM built into the motherboard. The Turbo Duo brought amazing new games such as Vasteel, Lords of Thunder, Super Air Zonk, and possibly the best Castlevania game ever released, Dracula X: Rondo of Blood.