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Dream Japan Games

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


Game Boy Color

Pocket Pro Wrestling: Perfect Wrestler [March 17, 2000]
Snowboard Champion [March 31, 2000]

PlayStation

Doki Doki On Air [June 11, 1998]
Doki Doki On Air 2 [March 11, 1999]
Jitsumei Jikkyou Keiba Dream Classic [May 18, 2000]
Pro Wrestling Sengokuden [June 27, 1997]
Pro Wrestling Sengokuden 2 [June 25, 1998]
Pro Wrestling Sengokuden: Hyper Tag Match [October 23, 1997]
Waku Waku Derby [December 18, 1997]
Zen-Nihon Joshi Puroresu: Joou Densetsu [July 23, 1998]

PlayStation 2

Jikkyou Jitsumei Keiba Dream Classic 2001 Autumn [November 15, 2001]
Jikkyou Jitsumei Keiba Dream Classic 2001 Spring [April 5, 2001]
Jitsumei Jikkyou Keiba Dream Classic 2002 [May 23, 2002]

Saturn

Tactical Fighter [October 16, 1997]


There are numerous companies in the industry, and their names change like the weather. The information above is not particular about the finer details. Acquisitions are common, so companies with no recent listings may still be developing games under a new name. For example, DMA Design currently has a Rockstar name. Do you know of a title that is not listed above but should be? Be sure and let a staff member know. You can contact staff if you click here.

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