The PC-FX is a 32-bit home video game console made by NEC Home Electronics. It was released in Japan on December 23, 1994, just weeks after Sony's PlayStation and a month after the Sega Saturn. It is the successor to the PC Engine (and its many add-ons), known as TurboGrafx-16 in North America. Unlike its predecessors the PC-FX was only released in Japan. The console is shaped like a tower PC and was meant to be similarly upgradeable. However the PC-FX lacked a 3D polygon-based graphics chip that rendered the system underpowered in comparison to its competitors. It was also expensive and lacked developer support, and as a result it was unable to compete effectively with its fifth generation peers. The PC-FX was NEC's last home video game console, and was discontinued in February 1998.
Games for this system
The ancient demon Yomi is about to be revived once again, and warriors all over the land of Jipan...
All Japan Women`s Pro Wrestling: Queen of Queens (全日本女子プロレス -クィーン オブ クィーンズ-) is a professional wr...
Zoku Hatsukoi Monogatari: Sh?gaku Ryok? is a mixture of adventure and "love simulation" - more sp...
Queen of Queens is a wrestling game featuring licensed stars from All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling...
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