Electronic Arts Victor


Electronic Arts Victor was a joint venture in Japan between Electronic Arts and the Victor Musical Industries subsidiary of JVC, established in September 1992 in Tokyo. Electronic Arts Victor's mission was to convert Electronic Arts' library of products to Japanese language and distribute them in Japan, and to create original titles for the Japanese market.


Test Drive 4(1998)
Battle Garegga(1998)
Moto Racer(1997)
Lost World: Jurassic Park, The(1997)
Warcraft II: The Dark Saga(1997)
Soviet Strike(1997)
NHL 97(1997)
Need for Speed II(1997)
Fade to Black(1997)
Andretti Racing(1997)
PGA Tour 97(1997)
NBA Live 97(1997)
Die Hard Trilogy(1996)
Magic Carpet Plus(1996)
Krazy Ivan(1996)
Assault Rigs(1996)
Road Rash(1996)
NBA Live 96(1996)
System Shock(1996)
U.S. Navy Fighters (Gold)(1996)
PGA Tour 96(1996)
Alone in the Dark 2(1996)
Shockwave Assault(1996)
Wolfenstein 3D(1995)
WarCraft: Orcs & Humans(1995)
Relentless: Twinsen's Adventure(1995)
Pagan: Ultima VIII(1995)
Pagan: Ultima VIII(1995)
Theme Park(1995)
Wing Commander: Armada(1995)
Shock Wave: Operation JumpGate(1995)
Tactical Soccer(1995)
Strike Commander (CD-ROM Edition)(1995)
Call of Cthulhu: Shadow of the Comet(1995)
Ultima Underworld II: Labyrinth of Worlds(1995)
Flashback: The Quest for Identity(1995)
Star Wars: Rebel Assault(1995)
NBA Live 95(1994)
Sorcer Striker(1994)
Need for Speed, The(1994)
Shanghai: Triple-Threat(1994)
Mahjong Gokū Tenjiku(1994)

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