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Dual Games

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


Daisenryaku: Master Combat [December 3, 1998]
Daisenryaku: Player's Spirit [March 29, 1996]
The Mystic Dragoons [June 17, 1999]
Nemu Lu Mayu: Sleeping Cocoon [March 23, 2000]
Schrodinger no Neko [May 30, 1997]

PlayStation 2

Dokapon DX: Wataru Sekai wa Oni Darake [July 8, 2004]
Golf Navigator Vol. 1 [June 28, 2001]
Golf Navigator Vol. 2 [June 28, 2001]
Golf Navigator Vol. 3 [September 6, 2001]
Golf Navigator Vol. 4 [September 20, 2001]


Daisenryaku Strong Style [June 27, 1997]


Koutetsu no Kishi [February 19, 1993]
Koutetsu no Kishi 2: Sabaku no Rommel Shougun [January 28, 1994]
Koutetsu no Kishi 3: Gekitotsu Europe Sensen [January 27, 1995]


Ganbare! Golf Boys [March 28, 1989]
Kickball [November 24, 1990]
Shinobi [December 8, 1989]


L-Dis [April 5, 1991]

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