The Angry PC Engine Nerd - NEC’s PC Engine and TurboGrafx-16 // Famicom Dojo / 16-bit Wars





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Published on Nov 24, 2010

We get a visit from the Angry PC Engine Nerd, who is more than happy to explain that Hudson Soft and NEC were the true forerunners of the 16-bit Wars, despite weak performance of the PC Engine outside of Japan as the fabled TurboGrafx-16 (TG16). Can Sean and Vinnk survive his hopelessly biased console review?

Also in this episode: we take your video calls for the first, and possibly last, time.

Callers for this episode:
• JewWario: http://youcanplaythis.com
• MexicanWaluigi: http://youtube.com/mexicanwaluigi
• Sindra: http://youtube.com/sindaemon

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SeanOrange is a retro game fan from the US. Vinnk is a retro import fan who took things one step further and moved to Japan. Together they make Famicom Dojo: a web series dedicated exploring the Japanese history of video games and consoles from the other side of the Pacific.


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