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Pack-In-Video

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Pack-In-Video (パック・イン・ビデオ?, also Pack-In-Soft) is a Japanese video game publisher and developer which developed a wide range of games for the Famicom platform. The games published were mostly focused on the Japanese market although a few titles have been published abroad. In 1996 the company was merged with the video game division of Victor Entertainment and became Victor Interactive Software (presently part of Marvelous Entertainment).[1]

Among the titles published are Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992), Bakushō! Star Monomane Shitennou (1990), Die Hard (1991) and Jigoku Gokuraku Maru which was also published as Kabuki Quantum Fighter in the U.S..

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