Japanese game developer company, Konami, will also release a console in 2020.
But the console that was made was a device to play older games from Konami. The console is called PC Engine. With a small size, PC Engine can contain as many as 50 Konami game outputs. From the 1980s to the 1990s.
PC Engine can be called as an emulator console that contains a number of Nintendo and Sega Genesis games. At the first glance, the look of this console is similar to the Super NES Classic console that was launched by Nintendo some time ago.
PC Engine has a unique controller design with Super NES. The controller is connected to the console via a USB cable. Meanwhile, to connect with a monitor, this console uses an HDMI port similar to Super NES Classic.
There are a number of legendary game titles present in this console. Such as, Bomberman, Dragon Spirit, Galaga 88, Seirei Senshi Spriggan to The Legend of Valkyrie.
Konami showed off this console at the 2019 Tokyo Game Show that took place some time ago. There, the KompasTekno team also had time to try out this PC Engine console.
The experience of playing PC Engine consoles does feel a little different when compared to playing the old games through Nintendo Classic or Super NES Classic. Most likely it is caused by a slightly different controller model.
Despite having the same button control, the position of the button is slightly lower than the Super NES Classic. So it takes a little change when you first grasp.
The rest, this console presents a similar experience to the old console in the 80s and 90s. PC Engine can be one alternative console that can be played to reminisce.