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Nippon Ichi Software Games

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


DS

A Witch's Tale [November, 2009]
Disgaea DS [September, 2008]
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure [September, 2008]

PlayStation

Angel Blade: Neo Tokyo Guardians [July 3, 1997]
Cooking Fighter [May 21, 1998]
Doki Doki Shutter Chance [October 23, 1997]
Jigsaw Island: Japan Graffiti [September 13, 1996]
Jigsaw Madness [December 1, 2002]
Jigsaw World [February 3, 1995]
Little Princess: Maru Oukoku no Ningyou Hime 2 [February 25, 1999]
Logic Mahjong Souryu: 3-Player Version [May 4, 1999]
Marl Jong!! [April 24, 2003]
The Oni Taiji: Mezase! Nidaime Momotarou [October 13, 1995]
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure [March 30, 2000]
SatelliTV [January 8, 1998]
Souryu: Logical Mahjong [December 20, 1996]

PlayStation 2

Amagoushi no Yakata [March 8, 2007]
Aoi Sora no Neosphere: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki 2 [February 22, 2007]
Aoi Umi no Tristia: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki [August 11, 2005]
Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories [August 30, 2006]
Disgaea: Hour of Darkness [August 27, 2003]
Eien no Aseria: Kono Daichi no Hate de [May 12, 2005]
GrimGrimoire [June 26, 2007]
Hayarigami 2: Keishichou Kaii Jiken File [November 15, 2007]
Hayarigami: Keishichou Kaii Jiken File [August 5, 2004]
Hayarigami Revenge: Keishichou Kaii Jiken File [July 14, 2005]
La Pucelle: Tactics [May 4, 2004]
Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred Tome [July 26, 2005]
Marl de Jigsaw [November 15, 2001]
Naraku no Shiro [March 6, 2008]
Phantom Brave [August 31, 2004]
Rasetsu Alternative [October 13, 2005]
Soul Nomad & The World Eaters [September 25, 2007]
Tenshi no Present: Marle Oukoku Monogatari [December 21, 2000]
Tori no Hoshi: Aerial Planet [February 28, 2008]

PlayStation 3

Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland [May 29, 2012]
Battle Princess of Arcadias [June 17, 2014]
Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice [August 26, 2008]
Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten [September 6, 2011]
Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness [October 8, 2013]
The Guided Fate Paradox [November 5, 2013]
Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 [February 28, 2012]
Last Rebellion [February 23, 2010]
Legasista [August 21, 2012]
Trinity Universe [June 29, 2010]
The Witch and the Hundred Knight [March 25, 2014]

PSP

Cladun: This is an RPG [September 20, 2010]
ClaDun x2 [August 30, 2011]
Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days [November, 2009]
Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness [October 30, 2007]
Disgaea Infinite [June 8, 2010]
Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle [March 8, 2011]
Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! [January 11, 2011]
Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero? [February, 2009]
Z.H.P. Unlosing Ranger vs Darkdeath Evilman [October 26, 2010]

Vita

Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention [April 17, 2012]
Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited [August 12, 2014]

Wii

Let's Zenryoku Hitchhike!!!!!!! [March 31, 2009]
Phantom Brave: We Meet Again [August 14, 2009]


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