The SuperGrafx was released in '89, as the successor to the TurboGrafx-16. But NEC didn't really think this through: it was basically the same machine, only with more RAM, an extra GPU, and a much heftier price tag. Good thing it was backwards-compatible, because its own library consists of only five games (plus the two Darius games for the TG that ran with better graphics on the SG). It was such a flop that it died out long before the system it was meant to succeed.
|Consoles||Philips CD-i - Commodore CDTV - Pioneer LaserActive - Sega Mega Drive - SNK Neo Geo - Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Funtech Super A'Can - NEC TurboGrafx-16|
|Handhelds||Bit Corporation Gamate - Nintendo Game Boy - Sega Game Gear - Hartung Game Master - Atari Lynx - Welback Mega Duck - Watara Supervision|
|Computers||Commodore Amiga - Atari ST - BeOS - Fujitsu FM Towns - Sharp X68000|