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RIOT Games

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


Beast Wrestler [October 4, 1991]
Exile [December 5, 1991]
Traysia [December, 1992]
Valis: The Fantasm Soldier [1992]
Vapor Trail [1991]
Ys III: Wanderers From Ys [1991]

Sega CD

A-Rank Thunder Tanjouhen [June 25, 1993]
Cosmic Fantasy Stories [March 27, 1992]
Cyborg 009 [July 30, 1993]
Death Bringer: Himerareta Monshou [April 17, 1992]
Mahou no Shoujo: Silky Lip [June 19, 1992]


Psycho Dream [December 11, 1992]


Browning [February 7, 1992]
Exile: Wicked Phenomenon [1993]
Kiaidan 00 [October 23, 1992]
Mirai Shounen Conan [February 28, 1992]
Mugen Senshi Valis [March 19, 1992]
Pop'n Magic [July 24, 1992]
Tenshi no Uta [October 25, 1991]
Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku [March 26, 1993]
Travel Epule [September 4, 1992]
Xak I + II [December 25, 1992]

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