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RetroforceGO! recording episode 34 tonight: TurboGrafx 16 and PC Engine


12:05 PM on 01.27.2008
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Tonight we take a look at the TurboGrafx 16 and all the shooters games that made it great. From shoot-em-ups to cute-em-ups, Bonk to Zonk, to its weird controller and everything in between, we think it deserves its own episode.

Personally, I never had a TurboGrafx 16 growing up, so my experience is limited to what I played at friends' houses. Good thing we've got a special guest coming on to fill in the blanks. Hudson's John Lee will be joining us tonight to help celebrate this underrated console, so hit the comments with your questions for us and for him. Remember, our favorite wins $25, and probably a visit from Chad as well. Who knows? 






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