NEC released the TurboGrafx 16 to North American markets on September 1st, 1989 — an 8-bit gaming system with a 16-bit graphics chip. Originally priced at $249.99, the system used innovative HuCards instead of cartridges for games and featured six-channel sound. Videos after the jump.

…the TG-16 only had one controller port (plug-in). Players who wanted to have more than one player were required to buy the Turbo Tap, an addition which permitted five controllers to be plugged into the system, in addition to extra controllers

[via WikipediaClassicGaming]

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