One of NEC's marketing strategies for the PC-Engine/TurboGrafx-16 was to promote the system primarily in large cities and highly-populated metro areas. This marketing proved very effective in Japan because of how considerably smaller the country is, and its population being closer to many major cities. When this marketing strategy was used in the United States however, it produced less than ideal results, as the United States is larger and there are far less of its population living in or close to a major city. This was one factor that caused the TurboGrafx-16 to go widely unnoticed by Western gamers.
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