No it's not Sega, but where else would it go? There's not enough fans to support its own forum, and it's not necessarily just game-related. Progress on NEC Retro helps Sega Retro, and vice versa, and I don't want to see this wiki forgotten about for years again. https://necretro.org/Main_Page As explained in the announcements topic, NEC ("neck" if you're cool) Retro is "hard mode", for people who like a challenge. We're starting from a base of literally nothing - it's a (mostly) Japanese system with a (mostly) Japanese history. However, if you were questioning the point of the Sega Mega-CD and half the games released for it, the PC Engine and its add-ons will provide an answer. It's also got computers you won't undersatnd, and the origins of games you might have heard of... as well as those you haven't. State of NEC Retro (December 2021) The passage of time makes me sad, so rather than be normal on new years eve, I stubbed up pages for every CD-based game for the PC Engine: One Two Three There's some unlicensed guff and demos still to do, but as we already had pages for every card-based game, the console's entire software library should be represented on NEC Retro now. There were already a good thousand pages prior to its collapse two years ago, so while Sega Retro is at least 20-30 times bigger, NEC Retro is chunky enough to be classed as "a wiki with things on it". What needs to be done? eeeverrrytthing. Why does it matter? Well it's an important piece of video game history that continues to influence how Japanese games are made today. It was only when this wiki was set up that I realised how unbelievably terrible most video game databases are. Most just glance over the bits they don't understand, and thus the ignorance spreads. For example, GameFAQs' coverage of classic Broderbund PC game Lode Runner: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/nes/587420-lode-runner Oh there were "NEC PC88" and "NEC PC98" versions. How novel. Yeah no They forgot the PC-8001 mkII, PC-6001, PC-6601 versions, and didn't make the distinction between the PC-9801F and PC-9801VF. And maybe some others. And there's a few models of PC-88s with different specs. And that's just the NEC side - they're missing versions from Sharp and Fujitsu and god knows what else. Anyway it's an interesting distraction. Sega Retro is far better equipped to deal with "things" but if you want to help the world, there's always this.