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Pack-In-Video
Pack-In-Video
Native name
Kabushiki-gaisha Pakku-In-Bideo
Industryvideo game industry Edit this on Wikidata
FateMerged with Victor Entertainment
SuccessorVictor Interactive Software
FoundedAugust 3, 1970[1]
DefunctOctober 1, 1996[2]
HeadquartersShibuya, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Yasuhiro Wada
ParentJVC Kenwood Victor Entertainment Edit this on Wikidata

Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd. (, Kabushiki-gaisha Pakku-In-Bideo) was a Japanese video game publisher and video distributor. The games published were mostly focused on the Japanese market although a few titles have been published abroad. In October 1996 the company was merged with the video game division of Victor Entertainment and became Victor Interactive Software.[3]

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Games

Title Platform(s) Release date
Rambo MSX December 5, 1985[4]
Super Rambo MSX, X1, PC-9801 June 21, 1986[5][6][7][8][9]
Super Rambo Special MSX November 21, 1986[10]
Space Camp MSX November 21, 1986[11]
Young Sherlock: The Legacy of Doyle MSX March 21, 1987[12]
Labyrinth MSX August 21, 1987[13][14][15]
Batman MSX September 21, 1987[16]
Family Billiards MSX November 21, 1987[17]
Rambo Famicom December 4, 1987[18]
Gunjin-Shogi MSX December 16, 1987[19]
L'Affaire... MSX December 16, 1987[20]
Predator MSX March 5, 1988[21]
Famicom March 10, 1988[22]
Champion Yosuke-Ide's Mah-Jong MSX April 5, 1988[23]
Sylviana FDS August 10, 1988[24]
MSX September 15, 1989[25]
Knight Rider Famicom September 30, 1988[26]
F-1 Pilot PC Engine March 23, 1989[27]
Deep Blue Kaitei Shinwa PC Engine March 31, 1989[28]
Putt Putt Golf FDS March 31, 1989[29]
The Golf MSX May 25, 1989[30]
Faria: Fuuin no Tsurugi Famicom July 21, 1989[31]
Thunderbirds Famicom September 30, 1989[32]
Kattobi! Douji FDS October 20, 1989[33]
Mirai Senshi: Lios Famicom December 1, 1989[34]
The Golf Course Shuu MSX December 10, 1989[35]
Knight Rider Special PC Engine December 22, 1989[36]
Formation Armed F PC Engine CD-ROM² March 23, 1990[37]
Trump Boy Game Boy March 28, 1990[38]
Formation Armed F PC Engine March 30, 1990[39]
Lode Runner: Lost Labyrinth PC Engine July 27, 1990[40]
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri Famicom August 10, 1990[41]
Bakush?! Star Monomane Shitenn? Famicom September 14, 1990[42]
Lunar Lander Game Boy September 21, 1990[43]
Die Hard PC Engine September 28, 1990[44]
Trump Boy II Game Boy November 9, 1990[45]
Zipang PC Engine December 14, 1990[46]
Jigoku Gokuraku Maru Famicom December 21, 1990[47]
Gulclight TDF 2 PC Engine CD-ROM² January 25, 1991[48]
Road Spirits PC Engine CD-ROM² March 22, 1991[49]
Die Hard Famicom July 19, 1991[50]
Power Gate PC Engine August 30, 1991[51]
Super Metal Crusher PC Engine November 29, 1991[52]
Hihou Densetsu Chris no Bouken PC Engine CD-ROM² December 13, 1991[53]
Minesweeper Game Boy December 13, 1991[54]
Hawk F-123 PC Engine CD-ROM² March 13, 1992[55]
Minesweeper PC Engine CD-ROM² March 20, 1992[56]
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri: Shizenha PC Engine CD-ROM² March 27, 1992[57]
Terminator 2 Famicom June 26, 1992[58]
Super Off Road Super Famicom July 3, 1992[59]
Aces: Iron Eagle 3 Famicom August 7, 1992[60]
Amazing Tennis Super Famicom December 18, 1992[61]
Super Soukoban Super Famicom January 29, 1993[62]
Super Battletank Super Famicom April 23, 1993[63]
Go! Go! Dodge League Super Famicom September 24, 1993[64]
Metal Angel PC Engine CD-ROM² September 24, 1993[65]
Final Knockout Super Famicom November 5, 1993[66]
Aurora Quest: Otaku no Seiza in Another World PC Engine CD-ROM² December 10, 1993[67]
Ramos Ruy no World Wide Soccer Super Famicom February 25, 1994[68]
Auto Crusher Palladium PC Engine CD-ROM² February 25, 1994[69]
Gambler Jiko Chuushinha 2: Dorapon Quest Super Famicom March 18, 1994[70]
Super Battletank 2 Super Famicom May 27, 1994[71]
Yamaneko Bubsy no Daibouken Super Famicom June 17, 1994[72]
KO Seiki Beast Sanjuushi: Gaia Fukkatsu Kanketsuhen PC Engine CD-ROM² June 17, 1994[73]
Super Dogfight Super Famicom June 24, 1994[74]
Burning Soldier 3DO June 25, 1994
Tsuri Tarou Super Famicom July 8, 1994[75]
August 30, 1996 (Reprint)[76]
Multi Play Volleyball Super Famicom October 28, 1994[77]
Vortex Super Famicom December 9, 1994[78]
Ski Paradise with Snowboard Super Famicom December 16, 1994[79]
Metal Angel 2 PC Engine CD-ROM² January 20, 1995[80]
Iron Commando: Koutetsu no Senshi Super Famicom February 10, 1995[81]
Magical Pop'n Super Famicom March 10, 1995[82]
The Atlas: Renaissance Voyager Super Famicom March 24, 1995[83]
Kawa no Nushi Tsuri 2 Super Famicom April 28, 1995[84]
August 30, 1996 (Reprint)[85]
Nekketsu Legend Baseballer PC Engine CD-ROM² June 16, 1995[86]
Trump Island Super Famicom June 23, 1995[87]
Scramble Cobra 3DO August 11, 1995
AIII S.V.: A Ressha de Ikou 3 Super Version Super Famicom September 29, 1995[88]
Virtual Fishing Virtual Boy October 6, 1995[89]
Majo Tachi no Nemuri Super Famicom November 24, 1995[90]
Moon Cradle 3DO December 15, 1995
Wangan Dead Heat Sega Saturn December 15, 1995[91]
Battle Submarine Super Famicom December 22, 1995[92]
Isozuri: Ritou Hen Super Famicom January 19, 1996[93]
August 30, 1996 (Reprint)[94]
Pinball Graffiti Sega Saturn July 12, 1996[95]
Umi no Nushi Tsuri Super Famicom July 19, 1996[96]
Bokujo Monogatari Super Famicom August 9, 1996[97]
Wangan Dead Heat + Real Arrange Sega Saturn August 30, 1996[98]
Monstania Super Famicom September 27, 1996[99]

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