UPDATES

July 11th, 2010: Seven new PC Engine sites have been added to the Links section.

June 27th, 2010: Superpcenginegrafx is back as Superpcenginegrafx.net. Please update your bookmarks and stear clear of Superpcenginegrafx.com.

October 4th, 2008: Street Fighter II' Mega Drive vs PC Engine vs Super Famicom is a comprehensive comparison of the console ports so detailed that it would make AirRaidX blush. You can discuss this new feature or anything else in the new forum.

July 13th, 2008: Added Fantasy Zone Super Play VHS, probably the last commercially released gameplay video that I'll be showcasing for a while.

July 13th, 2008: Street Fighter II Game Live Video, another super-play laserdisc is featured plus the Super Darius Perfection page has been updated with Boss and Ending compilation videos.

July 10th, 2008: Two new features have been added: How to Clean a Yellow PC Engine and Super Darius Perfection. Varius videos and mp3's have been added since the last official update, but even I have lost track.

November 30th, 2006: Added mp3's of the soundtracks to Side Arms, Dragon's Curse/Adventure Island and Night Creatures. All three can be found in the Music section.

October 22nd, 2006: Added the Bydo Invasion mp3, featuring the sentire soundtrack of the Turbografx-16/PC Engine version of R-Type. It now goes toe to toe against the Sega Mark III FM soundtrack in the Audio Death Match section. Also added Impossamole: Mole Burgers & Tea mp3.

October 21st, 2006: Once again, lots of little updates that I can't remember. The big one is the new Super PC Engine Art section. It's a collection of Turbografx-16/PC Engine and general video game artwork I made around the times that each subject was still relatively current. Soon to feature some recently created artwork.

October 8th, 2006: Added Bydo War, an mp3 featuring the entire Sega Mark III FM soundtrack of R-Type.

October 7th, 2006: Among the recent updates: Complete video of the uber rare Renny Blaster, now you can see why as a game, it's not worth more than $10. Impossamole ending video. System Card Warning Warehouse: Renny Blaster, Games Express Card, Tennokoe Bank. Why The Hell Is It called Blue Shadows Anyway? explains the meaning of the Blue Shadows title with a run down of Gamefan's classic review bungle.

September 30th, 2006: Added the new System Card Warning Warehouse feature. There you'll find over 100 CD System Card warning screen shots, many of which are animated. The lame ones have been weeded out and stuck into their own section. The rest are divided by Super CD, Arcade CD, SuperGrafx and PC-FX. At the very bottom you'll find screen shots of each of the System Cards themselves.

September 26th, 2006: Added the new Dare To Compare: Magical Chase feature. There you'll find a full breakdown of the differences between the Turbografx-16 and PC Engine versions of Magical Chase.

September 24th, 2006: Added complete gameplay videos of Street Fighter II CE and Dragon Egg!.

September 23rd, 2006: Added the following videos: Ys Eternal Opening Cinema & Dark Fact, Ys II Eternal Opening Cinema & Darm, Ys I & II Eternal Opening Cinema PS2, Ys IV Anime Trailer, JDK Band Ys Music Video, Tengai Makyou NAMIDA Opening Cinema & Manto.

September 20th, 2006: Added the Turbo Goofs! parody video to the Video section under Miscellaneous as well a compilation of all of the fmv cinemas from the Sega Saturn version of Gulliver Boy.

September 18th, 2006: Updated the Video section with 2 new Promo Turbografx videos, as well as new versions of the Lords Of Thunder promo tape, all available in both high and low quality wmv's.

September 14th, 2006: Updated the Music section with mp3's to the following games: Tengai Makyou Fuun Kabuki Den, Ys Sega Mark III FM & Miracle Warriors/Haja no Fuuin Sega Mark III FM. There are two mp3's for Kabuki Den. The first is the complete CD soundtrack, with almost every track edited and it includes all the cinema music without any of the sfx/voice. The second is a compilation of the bosses' musical numbers(except for Karuna), now extended(except for Garp's).

September 12th, 2006: Added a few new entries to the Blue Shadows section as well as music from the Sega Mark III FM version of Afterburner to the PC Engine Audio Deathmatch section.

September 4th, 2006: Added high quality videos of each stage of the U.S. version of Magical Chase, one low quality video of the entire game and a low quality alternative video for Night Creatures. Also the Links section now has descriptions of each site.

September 3rd, 2006: Today is probably the biggest update since I first made this site public. I've finally setup the basic layout I had originally intended. Although it'll be awhile before I get all the sections created that I want, in the meantime I'm continuing to keep the current ones stocked with new content.

I can't possibly remember everything new or updated, but the biggest thing is the new Blue Shadows section, located under Features. Blue Shadows is a collection of ridiculous quotes made by gaming journalists over the years and includes some commentary for those who might not be familiar with some of the subject matter.

The Sapphire Counterfeit Debunker has been updated with scans of a sealed Fatal Fury 2 ACD game which shows where the peel away strip would appear on a legitimate sealed copy of Sapphire.

I've also added two new Turbografx-16 videos. The first features all of Chris Covell's amazing PC Engine/SuperGrafx demos run on a real PC Engine RX & a SuperGrafx. The second is video from the demo Chris Covell's new game Tongue Man Logic, again run on real hardware.

All of Saturn Bomberman's cinemas are included in one video now. All the Tengai Makyou IV videos have been upgraded and there is a new clip of Geisha Robo. The Night Creatures video is now a single higher quality clip.

More content is already up on my webspace, I just need the time to work on the actual pages themselves.

August 7th, 2006: Added a new section for the PC Engine PSG compilations. There you'll find three new mp3's: Air Zonk: Punkic Cyborgus, Dungeon Explorer: Dreams Of Oddesia and Ninja Spirit: Moonlight Avenger.

August 6th, 2006: Here comes a new challenger! Four new contestants stepped into the Audio Deathmatch ring today. In the first match, we find the Street Fighter II Champion Edition: "World Warrior" hailing from the PC Engine and coming deep from the heart of the Sega Megadrive is Street Fighter II Champion Edition PLUS: "Hyper Fighter". Also, prepare yourself for ultimate family feud as After Burner II: "Maximum Burner" for the PC Engine takes on his evil twin brother, After Burner II: "Final Burn Off" for Sega Megadrive. You be the judge as these juggernauts battle it out in a fight to the finish!

August 4th, 2006: Added a video Daimakaimura/Ghouls 'N Ghosts for SuperGrafx featuring one complete loop through the game plus Stage 1 with the holy weapon. As with all my videos here, it's dramatically better quality than what it looks like on YouTube. Also, I finally put up a link to the Tengai Makyou The Apocalypse IV video I uploaded a while back which features every fmv cinema in the game.

August 3rd, 2006: There haven't been any announced updates for a while since most of my spare time lately has been spent making and posting over 40 new YouTube videos. However, tonight I've added the un-youtube-mangled Dracula X: Perfect Final Boss Fight to this page(and more updates will either be announced or completed soon). In it you'll see me woop Dracula's ass in under 80 seconds without getting hit and without any special weapons/attacks.

July 9th, 2006: Added 4 new videos, 2 each of the Sega Saturn games Tengai Makyou: The Apocalypse IV and Saturn Bomberman.
July 6th, 2006: Added the new PC Engine Audio Deathmatch section. There you'll witness no-holds-barred battles to the death featuring the mighty Turbo/PC Engine music against any and all oncomers. The first contestants are Devil's Crush for the Turbografx-16 versus Dragon's Fury for the Sega Genesis. As usual, the only rule is: no emulators allowed!
July 4th, 2006: Added the Gate Of Thunder EGM Gold Award magazine ad, Turbografx-16 pack-in poster and Radio Shack Turbo Duo/Super CD pamphlet.
July 3rd, 2006: Added the complete Turbo Duo section of the Electronic Gaming Monthly 1993 Video Game Preview Guide. Not only does it have 5 large pages full of Duo previews, it also features pretty much everything ever released about the infamous Ironman 32-bit PC Engine successor. Also created the Resources section with my new and improved Shapeshifter map and english Ys IV CD label.
July 2nd, 2006: Added 4 PC-FX videos and recently changed the format of the main page so that everything is divided by format.
June 18th, 2006: Added the Aeroblasters: Trouble Specialty Mix mp3, a medley of all the PSG music in the game.
June 16th, 2006: A few days ago I redid the Sapphire bootleg comparision which is now titled "Sapphire Counterfeit Debunker". It's several pages long and has everything you'd ever need to know about the bootleg or the real thing.

 

 

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