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WIN: a PC Engine CoreGrafx Mini console worth £99.99

By Ryan Lambie. Posted

If you're a lover of shooters, action games, or just retro consoles in general, then you'll definitely want to enter the competition we have lined up for you this month. We're offering two lucky readers the chance to win a fabulous PC Engine CoreGrafx Mini console - a dinky, shrunk-down homage to NEC's cult system first released in 1987.

The PC Engine CoreGrafx Mini has 57 games built in, including:

  • Blazing Lazers

  • Bomberman '93

  • R-Type

  • Ninja Gaiden

  • Splatterhouse

  • Ys Book I & II

  • Castlevania: Rondo Of Blood

  • Parasol Stars

Known as the TurboGrafx-16 in the US, the system was never officially released in Europe, but has garnered something of a cult following over the past few decades thanks to its broad library of games. If you want a convenient and authentic way of revisiting such classics as Splatterhouse, R-Type or Super Star Soldier in your living room, then the PC Engine CoreGrafx Mini is for you. To enter, simply use the handy box below to follow us on Twitter, visit our page on Facebook, and sign up for our newsletter. Each one of those actions counts as an entry, so the more of them you do, the more chances you'll have of winning the prize! You'll then be entered into a draw to win the console, and we'll be contacting the two lucky winners after the competition closes at 8am GMT on Friday 2 October 2020. Good luck!

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