NEC Avenue, Ltd.


NEC Avenue, Ltd. was a Japanese media company, and a division of NEC Corporation established in 1987. The company produced music and video releases, as well as game software for NEC's PC Engine and PC-FX console systems. In 1995, the software division was spun off into NEC Interchannel, Ltd. NEC Avenue's music publishing operations ceased by 1998, and the company has gone through multiple name changes since, now being known as T.Y. Entertainment Inc.


Dragon Knight 4(1997)
Madō Monogatari I(1996)
Dōkyūsei 2(1996)
Space Invaders(1995)
Asuka 120% Maxima: BURNING Fest.(1995)
Renny Blaster(1995)
Tenchi Muyō!: Ryō-ōki(1995)
Dragon Knight & Graffiti(1995)
Mercurius Pretty(1994)
Quiz Avenue III(1994)
Dragon Knight III(1994)
Chiki Chiki Boys(1994)
Dynasty Wars(1994)
Puyo Puyo(1994)
Monster Maker: Yami no Ryū Kishi (1994)
Cal III(1994)
Mahjong on the Beach(1993)
Sotsugyō: Graduation(1993)
Rainbow Islands(1993)
Tanjō: Debut(1993)
Cal II(1993)
Demon's World(1993)
Gain Ground(1992)
Dragon Knight II(1992)
Bonanza Bros.(1992)
Forgotten Worlds(1992)
Might and Magic(1992)
Quiz Avenue II(1991)
Morita Shōgi PC(1991)
Splash Lake(1991)
Hellfire S(1991)
Down Load 2(1991)
Quiz Avenue(1991)
Twin Hawk(1990)
After Burner II(1990)
Ghouls 'N Ghosts(1990)
Down Load (1990)
ROM² Karaoke: Volume 5(1990)
ROM² Karaoke: Volume 4(1990)
Operation Wolf(1990)
Darius Alpha(1990)

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