The PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16 in America) is a video game console developed by NEC and released to Japan in 1987. The PC Engine was and is a very small video game console, in part due to its use of HuCards; credit-card sized data cartridges. These cards were the size of a credit card (but slightly thicker) and thus were somewhat similar to the card format used by the Sega Master System for budget games. However, unlike the Sega Master System (which also supported cartridges), the TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine used HuCards exclusively.
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