Credit card sized memory chips for
use with the Pc-engine video game
console. The largest one ever made
Street Fighter 2 CE carried 32 Mbits!
As with a lot of parts in the pc-engine,
this was a luxury compared to the big
cartridges of the Nintendo or Sega
machines. The contact points of the
memory are even in plated gold, not copper!

Proper name for the card-based games used by the NEC PC Engine. The name "HuCard" derives from NEC's PCE software partner Hudson Soft. They were known as "TurboChips" in America.

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