With our recent coverage and excitement surrounding Krikkz's upcoming Turbo Everdrive, we've failed to spot yet another solution to getting your fix of Turbografx 16 and PC Engine ROMs on the original hardware. Gaming Enterprises have released their much simpler and cheaper Flash HuCard, for those gaming on a budget.
The Flash HuCard costs just $45 before shipping, allowing those who are desperate to enjoy the much rarer NEC titles on their original hardware without breaking the bank to do so. The reduced cost, however, does mean there will be less features present than that of the upcoming Turbo Everdrive. With 8Mbit of flash memory available, you can store just about any single game on the cartridge at any one time (with the exception of the incredibly large Street Fighter II).
So should you be comfortable with having to re-flash the cartridge each time you want to switch games, then Gaming Enterprise's Flash HuCard might just be for you.
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