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NEC Interchannel (NECインターチャネル) was a software development division of NEC, created after a merger between the games department of NEC Avenue, parts of NEC Home Electronics and another NEC division in 1995.
Interchannel was NEC's last meaningful foray into video game software development, and was more often seen publishing titles for the Sega Saturn (later Dreamcast), PlayStation and Windows PCs during the late 1990s. Most of the first-party PC Engine and PC-FX publishing continued to be handled by NEC Home Electronics, and much like its relationship with NEC Avenue, the two are frequently confused.
The vast majority of Interchannel's products have never left Japan.
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