Turboduo

Some articles on turboduo:

Airzonk - Sequels and Re-releases - Zonk: Mascot For TurboDuo Video Game Console
... When TTi released the TurboDuo console (2nd generation successor to TurboGrafx-16), Zonk was adopted as the official mascot ... promotional material, and was even featured on the package art for the TurboDuo console ...
Bonk (video Game Series) - History
... mascot was eventually retired in 1992 (with the launch of TTi's new TurboDuo console), replaced by Air Zonk (the official mascot of the Duo) ... TTi's branding efforts, was the only mascot for the TurboDuo ... When NEC's TurboDuo console was sold in 1992, it included a CD-ROM containing Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge and Gate of Thunder, packaged with merely a slipcover and manuals ...
Turbo Duo - Sales
... platform in North America than the TurboDuo ... By late 1993 many discount retailers and large chain stores no longer carried the TurboDuo ... In December 1995 the last few TurboDuo titles were released, marking the end of the life for the platform ...
Turbo Duo - Package
... The original pack-ins for the TurboDuo included the system, one control pad, an AC adapter, RCA cables, Ys Book I II (a TurboGrafx-CD title), a SuperCD disc including Bonk's Adventure, Bonk's Revenge ... to system Dungeon Explorer was the original TurboChip pack-in for TurboDuo, although many titles were eventually used, such as IREM's Ninja Spirit and NAMCO's Final Lap Twin and then, eventually, a random pick ...
TurboGrafx-16 - Variations - TurboDuo
... In 1992 TTI (Turbo Technologies Inc.) released the TurboDuo, the North American version of the Japanese Duo ... Dungeon Explorer was the original HuCard pack-in for TurboDuo, although many titles were eventually used, such as IREM's Ninja Spirit and NAMCO's Final Lap ...