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  1. NEC PC Engine - Database (Official)

    I said I didn't have the motivation for this one, but I lied. It was just too offensive to allow it to stand. It had to die a fiery death.

    There were at least 7 instances where the developer name was seemingly made up out of thin air - ITL, Inter State, Now Production, Pixel, Sankindo, Sting, Tenky, Tomcat System, and West one. There' s no mention of these developers on the jewel case, the hucard, or even the title screen.

    However, after some googling, I was able to link *a few* of them to the games in question. But it doesn't seem right to put some obscure name as the manufacturer.

    So, as always - the standard here is the *name on the box/jewel case*.

    Note that with this particular database, since it was such a mess to begin with, I went the extra mile and listed *multiple* names (e.g. Sega/NEC Avenue) for games where there were multiple names mentioned.  I used http://www.pcengine.co.uk as a source, which is very accurate, and then checked that source with actual ebay photos if I could find them.

    Game names were not changed. The only data that is a massive improvement here is the publisher/developer data.

    I declare this the new official. May the old one never again see the light of day.

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  2. NEC PC Engine HyperBase Database (Official)

    NEC PC Engine HyperBase Database (Official)
     
    Completed to 2.0 standards - including all metadata, and games as per the official guidelines.
     
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