NEC Home Electronics, Ltd.
Moby ID: 6126
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NEC (acronym of "Nippon Electric Company", 日本電気) is a multinational company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, and currently specializing in information technology. NEC was established in 1899 by Kunihiko Iwadare and Takeshiro Maeda, and initially focused on telephones and electric switches. Over the course of its history NEC produced radio technology, cables, satellite communication accessories, and other electronic devices, including early computer systems.
1980's and early 1990's saw NEC at the peak of their power in the realm of video games. In 1981 they released the 8-bit PC-88 computer, followed by the 16-bit PC-98 a year later. After having licensed technology from Hudson Soft, NEC released the PC Engine (TurboGrafx in the US) console in October 1987. It was followed by a CD add-on half a year later. NEC's last console was the PC-FX, released in 1994. Afterwards NEC shifted its focus towards mobile phone products and supercomputers.
Credited on 89 Games from 1977 to 1999
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|Industrial Spy: Operation Espionage (1999 on Dreamcast)|
|Dead of the Brain 1 & 2 (1999 on TurboGrafx CD)|
|Seventh Cross: Evolution (1998 on Dreamcast)|
|First Kiss Story (1998 on PlayStation, PC-FX)|
|Angelique: Tenkū no Requiem (1998 on PlayStation, PC-FX)|
|Tekipaki: Working Love FX (1998 on PC-FX)|
|Makeruna! Makendō Z (1998 on PC-FX)|
|Anime Freak FX: Vol.6 (1998 on PC-FX)|
|Rururi Ra Rura (1998 on PC-FX)|
|Ah! Megami-Sama (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Minimum Nanonic (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Comicroad (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Linda³ Again (1997 on PlayStation)|
|Anime Freak FX: Vol.5 (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Chōshin Heiki Zeroigar (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Tonari no Princess Rolfee (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Wakusei Kōgekitai: Little Cats (1997 on PlayStation 3, PC-FX, PlayStation...)|
|Albarea no Otome (1997 on PC-FX)|
|Zoku Hatsukoi Monogatari: Shūgaku Ryokō (1997 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn, PC-FX)|
|Sparkling Feather (1997 on PC-FX)|
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