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Kogado Games

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


Power Dolls 2: Detachment of Limited Line Service [November 20, 1997]

PlayStation 2

Angelic Concert [March 13, 2003]
Aoi Sora no Neosphere: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki 2 [February 22, 2007]
Aoi Umi no Tristia: Nanoca Flanka Hatsumei Koubouki [August 11, 2005]
Palais de Reine [October 18, 2007]
Rasetsu Alternative [October 13, 2005]


Mimana Iyar Chronicles [March 30, 2010]

Sega CD

Mega Schwarzschild [June 25, 1993]

Sega Master System

Miracle Warriors: Seal of the Dark Lord [January 31, 1988]


Kisou Louga [December 3, 1993]
Kisou Louga II: The Ends of Shangrila [May 26, 1995]
Mad Stalker: Full Metal Force [September 16, 1994]
Mashou Denki: La Valeur [March 22, 1991]
Solid Force [March 17, 1995]
Super Schwarzschild [December 6, 1991]
Super Schwarzschild 2 [December 4, 1992]

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