There has been some talk in the past about getting TurboGrafx-16 titles on to the PlayStation Store in the west. Japan has had access to them for years now. It seems that they will finally materialize, as the German software ratings board USK has spilled the beans by adding ten games to their database. The games listed are:
I guess this is exciting news for some people. All of these games have been available on the Wii for a very long time in both Europe and North America, so it's hard to get too excited about seeing them again now. Stil, not everybody has a Wii and everybody needs Dungeon Explorer.
TurboGrafx-16 Games Hitting PSN In Europe [Siliconera]
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