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Kids Station Games

Information in the game database is updated periodically. Below, you'll find that information compiled as pertains to Kids Station. The company may be involved as a publisher, developer or both.

Game Boy Advance

Gakuen Alice: DokiDoki Fushigi Taiken [November 18, 2004]
Sentouin: Yamada Hajime [October 21, 2004]
Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jiisan 3: Hateshinaki Mamonogatari [December 16, 2004]
Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jiisan: Naki no Ikkai [March 18, 2004]
Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jiisan: Shijou Saikyou no Dogeza [September 26, 2003]
Zettai Zetsumei Dangerous Jiisan Tsuu: Ikari no Oshioki Blues [July 16, 2004]


Shikigami no Shiro II [October 24, 2003]
Zettai Zetsumei: Dencharasuji Sansugoroku [unknown]

PlayStation 2

Duel Masters: Birth of Super Dragon [March 24, 2005]
Gakuen Alice: KiraKira Memory Kiss [June 22, 2006]
Richard Burns Rally [July 9, 2004]
Shikigami no Shiro: Nanayozuki Gensoukyoku [August 18, 2005]


Shikigami no Shiro II [April 15, 2004]

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