TurboGrafx Retro Games
TurboGrafx Retro Games
In this article we are going to talk about the TurboGrafx Games. This is the home video gaming console that provide you 94 games to play.
It’s a fourth-generation home video game console designed by Hudson Soft, First release of TurboGrafx Games is October 30, 1987 in Japan. An amazing feature is that every released PC Engine and TurboGrafx games console will run whatever HuCard you put into it, as long as it can read the data. There were dual-compatible games that were designed to run in an older hardware specifications, but are programmed to take advantage of a newer one (such as reduced loading times). You can play all these games in Retro Gaming Console
7 Best TurboGrafx Retro Games
As we have already discussed that TurboGrafx has more than 94 games, So it’s difficult to choose the best games at all. Therefore we have suggested the 7 Best Retro Games in TurboGrafx for you to get joy. We will do our best to explain these games to catch more information about these. After reading this article you will be able to select the best game for you to gain entertainment.
Here are the 7 Best TurboGrafx Retro Games:
- Lords of Thunder
The Lords of Thunder has one of the best sound tracks in any game I’ve ever enjoyed, hands down. It’s heavy-metal thunder from start to finish, fueling the player into a fury as he or she takes on some enormous bosses and evil villains.
The Lords of Thunder sees players controlling a fabled knight named Demon. You can prepare armor based on the four elements to help you with your journey, with your choice affecting the type of armaments that you can control. I loved it when I got hold of a TurboGrafx-16 Games and made some great memories playing it.
- Air Zonk
Air Zonk tried to give the TurboGrafx-16 a calm, different, and punky look. It features many characters from the Bonk series with King Drool, who must have somehow cryogenically frozen himself to now be alive in the future. Gameplay spins around shooting and blasting pretty much everything as you power through every stage, convoyed by a cyber cat with calm shades. Like Samos in the Metroid games, Zonk starts off with limited firepower but can increase his collection as he growths.
Air Zonk is a re-imagination of the Bonk video game series as a scrolling shooter set in the future. This game is similar to other scrolling shooters, but contains companion characters. Creatively the game is cheery, featuring funny bosses such as a sentimental trash stack and an anthropomorphic boat.
- Blazing Lazers
Blazing Lazers is rebranded version of ‘Gunhed’ by Hudson Soft was, and still it is, an absolute belter of a game, with early Metroid-style graphics paired with an immersive forward-scrolling shoot-’em-up platform. Blazing Lazers is not hard to play. Not compared to the brutal challenge of many other shooters, at least, like Super Star Soldier. Blazing Lazers have approximately 9 Stages, but you must have to beat your enemy on every phase to go for next stage.
This game is a vertically scrolling shoot ’em up. Players control the Gunhed (Blazing Lazers), which can switch between four different weapons by selecting the suitable icons dropped by specific enemies, as well as four different support weapons, one of which changes the properties of the main weapon. All weapons can be upgraded by picking the same icon as the currently prepared weapon, as well as blank icons. In addition to those, the ship can also use a screen-clearing smart bomb which comes in limited quantities.
- Magical Chase
Magical Chase was created by most of the same team at Quest that would go to work on Ogre Battle and Final Fantasy Tactics. The Magical Chase was released in Japan in 1991 amid Palsoft’s closure, resulting in a low print run before being re-released by Japanese magazine PC Engine Fan via mail order. Magical Chase was met with positive reception from critics since its initial launch.
Magical Chase is a horizontal-scrolling shoot ’em up game, the game stars a young witch named Ripple. There are a total of six levels in the game which can be played on three forms like; easy, normal or hard difficulty settings. You can play only first 3 levels on the easy difficulty setting. As enemies are destroyed, they leave behind different colored gemstones which serve as the game’s currency.
- Bonk 3
Bonk’s Big Adventure taken the series many new gameplay elements, with candies that made the player shrink and grow, and cooperative multiplayer. The Bonk 3 is similar to that of the other Bonk games. Bonk 3 offers little new content to the Bonk series, all of them acclaimed the two-player cooperative mode, and all but one judged that the game maintained the Bonk series’ tradition of excellent gameplay design, attractive cartoony graphics, and strong audio.
There are a total of 7 levels in the Dinosaur Kingdom (Bonk 3) that are filled with various pleasurable traps and comical enemies. Collect the tulips scattered in the stage or gain the “Smileys” when you beat the boss to enter the bonus stages.
- Keith Courage in Alpha Zones
Keith Courage in Alpha Zones was released in 1989 by NEC for the TurboGrafx Retro Games. It was the pack-in game for the console in North America. There are 7 Zones in Keith Courage in Alpha Zones each of which is broken into two areas, the over world and underworld, Keith must clear each zone in order to get in to the next.
Keith Courage in Alpha Zones is an action-adventure platform game, with two styles of play depending on whether the player is above or below ground.
- Galaga 88
Galaga 88 was released in 1987 by Namco. It is the third sequel for Galaxian. Galaga was commercial success in Japan. Other hand was not as commercially successful as its predecessors outside of Japan.
The gameplay in Galaga ’88 is built on the same principle as that of the original Galaga game, but is in many ways more complex and more difficult. The game is divided into a series of 29 Stages distributed through eight Worlds, You must have to finish first step for go on the next one.
Happy gaming and get your Retro Game Console here.