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Pacific Century Cyber Works Games

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

Game Boy Advance

Darius R [December 13, 2002]
Kawaii Pet Shop Monogatari 3 [June 28, 2002]
Scan Hunter [November 15, 2002]
Toukon Heat [December 20, 2002]


Jaleco Collection Vol. 1 [October 23, 2003]

PlayStation 2

Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance [December 2, 2001]
Dream Audition 3 [July 5, 2001]
Dream Audition Super Hit Disc 1 [November 21, 2001]
Dream Audition Super Hit Disc 2 [November 21, 2001]
Hooligan: Kimi no Naka no Yuuki [August 29, 2002]
Idol Janshi R: Janguru Project [December 19, 2002]
Lowrider [November 20, 2003]
Otona no Gal Jan: Kimi ni Hane Man [December 18, 2003]
Raging Blades [May 30, 2003]
Super Micchan [April 26, 2001]
Sweet Legacy [December 26, 2002]
Toukon Inoki Michi: Puzzle de Daa! [December 19, 2002]

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