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TurboGrafx-CD Special Collection
Bakuden Unbalance Zone JP. Bakushou Yoshimoto Shinkigeki JP. Basted JP. Bikini Girls US. Bikkuriman Daijikai JP. Black Hole Assault JP. Blood Gear JP. Bomberman '94 Taikenban JP. Bomberman Panic Bomber JP. Bonanza Brothers JP. Brandish JP. Browning JP. Builderland JP. Buster Bros. Cal II JP. Camp California US. Cardangels JP. Championship Rally JP.If you want a complete library of titles and don't care about "standards", look elsewhere!
All of the disc images provided here are what are publicly available so far. Anything missing from this collection that is listed on Redump's database was never shared by the dumper s or anyone else in possession of the disc s. Redump's staff does not ask for the actual dumps, only the disc information and dump information.
Dumps have never and will never be provided on the Redump site! Also, there are no partial dumps provided here, only complete dumps. I may even provide possible bad dumps at times which are listed on the database but not listed in the official dat file. One thing that really needs to be said, and people seem to forget or overlook or just plain ignore, is that the dumpers for Redump, and all other preservation projects such as No-Intro, spend their time and money to acquire these dumps.
Did you? Remember that. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Please don't ask for a torrent. The answer is no. The way torrents work on the Archive is janky at best. And since this collection is an ongoing project, even if the torrent system did work well, every little thing updated on this page and within the directory would change the torrent file every single time, which would cause too many problems. This page will be updated as more becomes available or information changes, when I have time.
Click below for lists of discs not yet dumped for the Redump Disc Preservation Project.
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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. EMBED for wordpress. Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help!It was the first console released in the bit eraalthough it used a modified 8-bit CPU. In Japan, the system was launched as a competitor to the Famicombut the delayed United States release meant that it ended up competing with the Sega Genesis and later the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.
The TurboGrafx has an 8-bit CPUa bit video color encoder, and a bit video display controller. The GPUs are capable of displaying colors simultaneously, out of The TurboGrafx failed to break into the North American market and sold poorly, which has been blamed on the delayed release and inferior marketing.
However, in Japan, the PC Engine, introduced into the market at a much earlier date, was very successful. It gained strong third-party support and outsold the Famicom at its debut, eventually becoming the Super Famicom 's main rival. It featured many performance enhancements and was intended to supersede the standard PC Engine.
It failed to catch on - only six titles were released that took advantage of the added power and it was quickly discontinued. The entire series was discontinued in NEC lacked the vital experience in the video gaming industry so approached numerous video game studios for support. By pure coincidence, NEC's interest in entering the lucrative video game market coincided with Hudson's failed attempt to sell designs for then-advanced graphics chips to Nintendo.
The PC Engine made its debut in the Japanese market on October 30,and it was a tremendous success. The PC Engine had an elegant, "eye-catching" design, and it was very small compared to its rivals. They found was a lack of enthusiasm in its name 'PC Engine' and also felt its small size was not very suitable to American consumers who would generally prefer a larger and "futuristic" design.
They decided to call the system the 'TurboGrafx', a name representing its graphical speed and strength, and its bit GPU. They also completely redesigned the hardware into a large, black casing. Despite the bit competition, the TurboGrafx was marketed as a direct competitor to the NES and early television ads touted the TG's superior graphics and sound.
Sega quickly eclipsed the TurboGrafx after its American debut. NEC's American operations in Chicago were also overhyped about its potential and quickly producedunits, far above actual demand. Byit was clear that the system was performing very poorly and severely edged out by Nintendo and Sega's marketing.
Units for the European markets were already produced, which were essentially US models modified to run on PAL television sets, and branded as simply TurboGrafx. Its launch price was 1, French francs. The Duo came into competition with the Sega CDwhich, in Japan, was released just two months later. Turbo Technologies ran comic book ads featuring Johnny Turbo. The ads mocked Sega, and emphasized that though the TurboDuo and Sega CD had the same retail price, the TurboDuo was a far better value because it was a standalone platform and included five pack-in games; Sega CD buyers needed to own a Genesis console and purchase games separately.EverDrive Forum.
Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? Read times. I tried strider, when I unzipped it there were a couple of iso files a din file and about 15 ogg? Help would be appreciated, as usual. DandySephy Jr. I think you would be better finding a batch torrent of something like trurip and downloading individual game from that. There is no guarantee the game will work properly when burnt, the quality may be affected and they are just not to be trusted.
Should be no different than burning any other ISO. I know that IMGBurn automatically converts. OGG files. More suggestions please It is the? If you have in your zip a. I use taiyo yuden cdr'sburned at a slow speed and i never had any problems on my duo-rPM sent. Quote from: thx on March 19,PM. Nero Burning Rom works everytime for me. Many thanks for taking the time to help me.
Seems unlikely to be hardware because it plays bought cd games without fault. It is obviously me. Those drive predated CD-R technology by a few years and usually won't read them very well at all.
Duo is better for CD-R.Choisissez votre affichage :. Adventure Island Japan. Aero Blasters Japan. Aero Blasters USA. After Burner II Japan. Air Zonk USA. Alien Crush Japan. Alien Crush USA. Ankoku Densetsu Japan. Aoi Blink Japan. Appare Gateball Japan. Armed F Japan. Artist Tool Japan. Atomic Robo-Kid Special Japan. Ballistix Japan.
TurboGrafx-CD Special Collection
Ballistix USA. Bari Bari Densetsu Japan. Barunba Japan. Batman Japan. Battle Lode Runner Japan. Battle Royale USA. Be Ball Japan. Benkei Gaiden Japan. Benkei Gaiden Japan Alt 1. Bikkuriman World Japan. Bikkuriman World Japan Alt 1. Blazing Lazers USA. Blodia Japan. Bloody Wolf USA. Bodycon Quest II Japan. Bomberman '93 Japan. Bomberman '93 Japan Special Version.
Bomberman '93 USA. Bomberman '94 Japan.
Bomberman Japan. Bomberman USA.Each title is packed individually as a zip archive, and has been processed via TorrentZip for distribution. This banner text can have markup. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. EMBED for wordpress. Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Topics emulationromredumpnecpc engineturbografxsupergrafxturbografx-cdcd-rom.
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Reviewer: vaxx - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - December 19, Subject: Good stuff Thanks guys for supplying this to us, good collection with a lot of games. To those who keep whinging about roms not there, don't, simply be thankful someone goes to the trouble to get this all together.
Download PC Engine CD - Turbo Duo - TurboGrafx CD ISOs
And instead why not upload roms that are missing or if you have the disc, dump it or get someone else to, so this collection to include as much as possible. Rant off, again and thanks guys. Cheers, Geoff. And this set will be maintained as well as updated regularly.
Reviewer: Jasofag - - February 12, Subject: brrrt Like all redump sets, this is missing heaps of games. Lots of them, they've been around since the early s. Reviewer: kayoh!All NEC PC Engine-CD Games A to Z
There are a good selection of games on here but sadly this is far from complete. You can see this confirmed by the filename of the included DAT. If it is not in the Redump PC-Engine database at the end ofit is not in this collection.
Please help Redump by scanning discs that you know are missing so that validated images can be included in future Redump PC-Engine reference sets. Reviewer: CooperTeam - favorite favorite favorite favorite - October 25, Subject: Very nice collection Overall, this is a very good collection, but you are seriously missing some "other" good titles, and in a lot of cases, missing titles that need to be added You're missing some really "good" titles, as well as missing some USA titles.
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This is only in theory, since, come on, who in their right mind would try this? Downloads Area. TocFixer v1. So why is that? Well, it's quite simple. Early in the PC-Engine pirating scene, the idea of using lossy encoders such as MP3 for the redbook audio tracks took off like wildfire because of the huge compression ratios one was able to achieve.
This allowed for easy distribution over the Internet obviously. The problem, however, is that when a MP3 decoder decodes the wave back, it doesn't restore the wave file's original size.