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NEC Avenue

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Fast facts on NEC Avenue
Founded: 1987
Defunct: 1998
Merged into: NEC Interchannel (1995)
Headquarters: Japan

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NEC Avenue was a software development division of NEC. It was merged with other studios to form NEC Interchannel in 1995.

Alongside Hudson Soft, NEC Avenue was responsible for publishing a significant portion of the PC Engine, CD-ROM² and Super CD-ROM² games library. It also created some accessories for the console, and published video game-related music CDs (which in 1994 represented about 10% of the business[1]).

The company should not be confused with other divisions of NEC, including NEC Home Electronics which was also publishing titles for the PC Engine family.

Softography

Note: incomplete

PC Engine

CD-ROM²

Accessories

References

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  1. File:Edge UK 010.pdf, page 38