From Sega Retro
This teeny-tiny article needs some work. You can help us by expanding it.
|T-series code: T-388|
NEC are a Japanese electronics firm, responsible for a number of parts used in Sega consoles (and the PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16 - a rival to the Sega Mega Drive). They have also published video games for Sega consoles.
NEC's in-house video game development team before the mid-1990s was called NEC Avenue; this was eventually consolidated with other software developers to form NEC Interchannel. Their NEC Home Electronics division was also responsible for developing and publishing video games during the NEC Interchannel years.
- Note: Likely incomplete. NEC Interchannel games are listed on their own page.
- Seventh Cross (1998)
- Sengoku Turb (1999)
- Espion-Age-Nts (1999)
- Sengoku Turb: Fanfan I love me Dance-doubletendre (1999)
NEC Retro has more information related to NEC.