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By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on November 25, 2001   |   Episode 4 (Show Archive)  

   

Going Rate: $150*
What's Up: You can buy a Game Gear. You Can buy a Lynx. You can buy a WonderSwan. Heck, you can even dig up your old Game Boy, but it will never be as cool as the Turbo Express. Not only does it play all your favorite Turbo Grafx-16 games, but it also works as a television. If you own a Turbo Grafx-16, or just some cheap games, you'll likely
flip for a working Turbo Express. It's a dandy of a system, and worth every penny.

How Cool Are You: Oh my, oh my, you would be so cool. Most people have never played Ninja Spirits, Splatter House, or even the Bonk series. Just being able to introduce others to these games (and many more) would be a thrill, but getting most of them for dirt cheap is a whole other ballpark. Why wouldn't you want a Turbo Express? Oh, yeah, it eats up batteries, but what am I talking about, it's rare. Buy it anyways.

*Prices for games and collectibles has been known to fluctuate wildly. What's more, this article was written in 2001, so any number of factors could sink or improve its value. I hope you enjoy the article, but hope you won't take the prices too seriously.)
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