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|Fast facts on TBS|
|T-series code: T-397|
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Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc. (円谷プロダクション), commonly known as TBS, is a Japanese television network.
Over the years TBS has occasionally taken an interest in video game production, publishing Sekai Fushigi Hakken! Troy for the Sega Dreamcast, but also licensing out properties to other developers. As the home of the Ultraman series, many Ultraman games credit TBS, though the studio responsible for the series' creation is Tsuburaya Productions.
- Ultraman (1993)
- Back to the Edo (1994)
- Ultraman vs. Kaijuu Gundan!! (1994)
- Ultra Hero (1995)
- Ultraman Kids Tobidase! Space Picnic (1995)
- Ultraman Tiga (1997)
- Ultraman Dyna (1998)
- Shin Ultra Hero (1998)
- Shin Ultraman Pico Ultra Fighting Base (2001)
- Shinseiki Ultraman Densetsu (2002)
- PD Ultraman Link (1996)
- Ultraman Zukan (1996)
- Ultraman: Hikari no Kyojin Densetsu (1996)
- Ultraman Zukan 2 (1997)
- Ultraman Zukan 3 (1998)
- Delisoba Deluxe (199x)
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|Japanese television networks|
|NHK | Nippon TV | TV Asahi | TBS | TV Tokyo | Fuji Television|
|ABC | MBS | Yomiuri TV|