TurboGrafx-16 Mini’s final game line-up bumped up to 57 titles

During E3 2019, Konami announced their Turbografx-16 Mini. A retro console that when we first heard about it, only included a small amount of classic Turbografx-16 games. Since then they’ve slowly added more games.

Today they’ve released a new trailer that shows off the last few games that made the cut. This includes Seirei Senshi Spriggan, Spriggan Mark II, Dragon Spirit, Galaga ’88, The Genji and the Heike Clans, The Legend of Valkyrie, and Splatterhouse. This brings the total amount of games to 57. Which is way more than many of us originally thought we’d see on the console.


Sadly, some of my all-time favorites such as Gates of Thunder, The Legendary Axe, Devil’s Crush and Konami’s Snatcher in English. But seriously, no Devil’s Crush? That really hurts!I’m hoping we get some sort of surprise announcement, seeing how the console won’t be released until 2020. Fingers crossed, c’mon Konami don’t disappoint us.

Lastly, and more importantly, it has been confirmed that M2 is in fact working with Konami on the Turbografx-16 Mini. Many had speculated this team had something to do with it. Seeing how they also worked some magic with the Sega Genesis Mini, it’s great to see them working on this as well.

Now that we have the final seven games, this is how the final game list looks.

  1. Alien Crush
  2. Victory Run
  3. Blazing Lazers
  4. Neutopia
  5. Dungeon Explorer
  6. R-Type
  7. Moto Roader
  8. Power Golf
  9. Ys book I&II
  10. Ninja Spirit
  11. J.J. & Jeff
  12. Space Harrier
  13. Military Madness
  14. Chew-Man-Fu
  15. Psychosis
  16. Bonk’s Revenge
  17. Parasol Stars
  18. Cadash
  19. New Adventure Island
  20. Air Zonk
  21. Neutopia II
  22. Soldier Blade
  23. Lords of Thunder
  24. Bomberman ’93
  25. The Kung Fu (Japanese)
  26. Jaseiken Necromancer (Japanese)
  27. Fantasy Zone (Japanese)
  28. Appare! Gateball (Japanese)
  29. Nectaris (Japanese)
  30. Dungeon Explorer (Japanese)
  31. Neutopia (Japanese)
  32. PC Genjin ( Bonk’s Adventure / Japanese)
  33. Ys I・II (Japanese)
  34. Super Darius (Japanese)
  35. Super Star Soldier (Japanese)
  36. Daimakaimura (Japanese)
  37. Aldynes (Japanese)
  38. Neutopia II (Japanese)
  39. Gradius (Japanese)
  40. Salamander (Japanese)
  41. Super Momotaro Dentetsu II (Japanese)
  42. Ninja Ryūkenden *Japanese ver. of NINJA GAIDEN (Japanese)
  43. Star Parodier (Japanese)
  44. Snatcher (Japanese)
  45. Gradius II – Gofer no Yabō – (Japanese)
  46. Chō Aniki (Japanese)
  47. Akumajō Dracula X Chi no Rondo ( Castlevania: Rondo Of Blood /Japanese)
  48. Bomberman ’94 (Japanese)
  49. Bomberman Panic Bomber (Japanese)
  50. Ginga Fukei Densetsu Sapphire (Japanese)
  51. Seirei Senshi Spriggan
  52. Spriggan Mark II
  53. Dragon Spirit
  54. Galaga ’88
  55. The Genji and the Heike Clans (Genpei Tōma Den)
  56. The Legend of Valkyrie
  57. Splatterhouse

The Turbografx 16 Mini is available exclusively on Amazon and will be released next March 2020. It’s currently available for pre-order on both Amazon North America and Amazon Japan’s website. The system will include 2 two controller ports, as well as the ability to use the multitap and support up to five players and quick save.

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Keith Mitchell is the Founder and Editor in Chief of The Outerhaven. A grizzled IT professional during the day, but a passionate lover of video games after his 9-5 grind. Loves playing the Dark Souls series and has been gaming since he was 6 years old. Yes, I am a black gaming journalist.