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Aki Corporation Games

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


Dreamcast

Animastar [June 15, 2000]

GameCube

Def Jam: Fight for NY [September 20, 2004]
Def Jam Vendetta [April 2, 2003]
Ultimate Muscle: Legends Vs. New Generation [June 3, 2003]

Nintendo 64

Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Oudou Keishou [January 28, 2000]
Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 [December 19, 1997]
WWF No Mercy [November, 2000]
WWF Wrestlemania 2000 [November, 1999]

PlayStation

Virtual Pro Wrestling [September 13, 1996]

PlayStation 2

Def Jam Vendetta [April 1, 2003]
Galactic Wrestling: Featuring Ultimate Muscle [June 29, 2004]
Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix Max [July 27, 2006]
Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix Max 2: Tokumori [September 25, 2008]

Saturn

Tactics Formula [October 9, 1997]

Xbox

Def Jam: Fight for NY [September 20, 2004]


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