The CD-ROM System is an add-on attachment for the PC Engine that was released in Japan on December 4, 1988 and allowed the core console to play games in CD-ROM format making the PC Engine the first video game console to have a CD-ROM peripheral, and first device ever to use CD-ROM as a storage medium for video games. It was released on August 1st 1990 for $399.99, which would equate to $761.52 today.

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August 1st, 1990 Source: wikipedia.org

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