The TurboGrafx-16 Mini, a retro revival of the classic Japanese gaming console initially set to be released on March 19 th, has actually been delayed due to the coronavirus break out, Konami revealed today.
The mini console, likewise known as the PC Engine Core Grafx Mini in Europe and PC Engine Mini in Japan, consists of more than 50 video games from the 16- bit age such as Bomberman ’93 and Ys I & II constructed into the hardware. Konami said in a statement that the coronavirus break out caused an “unavoidable suspension” of the production and shipment of the consoles. Konami has yet to reveal a brand-new release date; nevertheless, the business said it is working on shipping the console out “as soon as possible.”
The hold-up of the TurboGrafx Mini is not the first time the coronavirus has actually interfered with the gaming industry. The infection outbreak has likewise affected esports too, with the Chinese League of Legends Pro League changing to online competitors