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{{sub-stub}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' (株式会社フジテレビジョン), or '''CX''', often shortened to '''Fuji TV''' (フジテレビ), is a television network in Japan.
 
{{sub-stub}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' (株式会社フジテレビジョン), or '''CX''', often shortened to '''Fuji TV''' (フジテレビ), is a television network in Japan.
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As well as licensing its properties for use in video games, Fuji TV worked alongside [[Sega]] and [[CSK]] to create the Divers 2000 Series CX-1 console; a [[Sega Dreamcast]]-television hybrid device named after the television station's code.
  
 
==Softography==
 
==Softography==
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===[[Master System]]===
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*''[[High School! Kimengumi]]'' (1986)
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*''[[Sukeban Deka II: Shoujo Tekkamen Densetsu]]'' (1987)
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===[[Mega Drive]]===
 
===[[Mega Drive]]===
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*''[[Nakajima Satoru Kanshuu F1 Super License]]'' (1992)
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*''[[F1]]'' (1993)
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*''[[Nigel Mansell's World Championship Racing]]'' (1993)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho Gaiden]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho Gaiden]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho: Makyou Toitsusen]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho: Makyou Toitsusen]]'' (1994)
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*''[[F1: World Championship Edition]]'' (1995)
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===[[Mega-CD]]===
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*''[[Ranma ½: Byakuran Aika]]'' (1993)
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*''[[F1 Circus CD]]'' (1994)
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*''[[Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit]]'' (1994)
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*''[[Urusei Yatsura: Dear My Friends]]'' (1994)
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===[[System 32]]===
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*''[[F1 Super Lap]]'' (1993)
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===[[Pico]]===
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*''[[Hirake! Ponkikki Party o Hirakou!]]'' (1993)
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*''[[Kiteretsu Daihyakka: Edo ni Itte Kiteretsusai-sama ni Au nari]]'' (1994)
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*''[[Heisei Kyouiku Iinkai Jr. Mezase Yuutousei]]'' (1995)
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*''[[Unou Kaihatsu Series 10 Nontan to Issho Waiwai Nippon]]'' (1996)
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*''[[Unou Kaihatsu Series 11 Heisei Kyouiku Iinkai Jr.]]'' (1996)
  
 
===[[Game Gear]]===
 
===[[Game Gear]]===
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho: Horobishi Mono no Gyakushuu]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho: Horobishi Mono no Gyakushuu]]'' (1994)
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*''[[Torarete Tamaruka!?]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho II: Gekitou! Nanakyou no Tatakai]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Yuu Yuu Hakusho II: Gekitou! Nanakyou no Tatakai]]'' (1994)
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*''[[Ninku]]'' (1995)
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*''[[Ninkuu Gaiden: Hiroyuki Daikatsugeki]]'' (1995)
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*''[[Ninku 2: Tenkuryu-e no Michi]]'' (1995)
  
===[[Mega-CD]]===
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===[[Saturn]]===
*''[[Formula One World Championship: Beyond the Limit]]'' (1994)
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*''[[F1 Challenge]]'' (1995)
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*''[[Ryouri no Tetsujin: Kitchen Stadium Tour]]'' (1996)
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*''[[Ninku: Tsuyokina Yatsura no Daigekitotsu!]]'' (1996)
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*''[[Kochira Katsushikaku Kamearikouenmae Hashutsujo Nakagawa Land Dai Race! no Maki]]'' (1997)
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 13:33, 18 October 2017

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Fuji Television (株式会社フジテレビジョン), or CX, often shortened to Fuji TV (フジテレビ), is a television network in Japan.

As well as licensing its properties for use in video games, Fuji TV worked alongside Sega and CSK to create the Divers 2000 Series CX-1 console; a Sega Dreamcast-television hybrid device named after the television station's code.

Softography

Master System

Mega Drive

Mega-CD

System 32

Pico

Game Gear

Saturn

References



Japanese television networks
National
NHK | Nippon TV | TV Asahi | TBS | TV Tokyo | Fuji Television
Regional
ABC | MBS | Yomiuri TV