WorthPlaying writes: "Most people probably haven't played the Turbografx-16 (also known as the PC Engine in Japan). It didn't have the support that the other consoles did, and while it was popular in Japan, it was far more limited in the rest of the world. Its most well-known game was Akumajou Dracula X: Chi no Rondo, arguably the best title in the Castlevania series, but it was never released in the U.S. Perhaps the most popular Turbografx-16 title to be released in the U.S. was Military Madness, a turn-based strategy game that was met with great reception from the gaming press and the few hardcore Turbografx-16 owners. Since only a handful of Turbografx-16 owners have played it, the game has remained a bit of a cult hit. It was later re-released for the PlayStation, but it was released rather late in the system's life cycle with very little fanfare, so many gamers didn't notice. They say that the third time is the charm, and Hudson Soft is giving Military Madness one more shot with the online arcade service release of Military Madness: Nectaris. "