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*''[[Lunar: Silver Star Story]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Lunar: Silver Star Story MPEG Ban]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Slayers Royal]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Mahou Gakuen Lunar!]]'' (1997)
 
*''[[Lunar 2: Eternal Blue]]'' (1998)
 
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*''[[Kidou Senkan Nadesico: Nadesico the Mission]]'' (1999)
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*''[[Record of Lodoss War: The Advent of Cardice]]'' (2000)
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Kadokawa Shoten
Founded: 1945
T-series code: T-279
Headquarters: Japan

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Kadokawa Shoten (角川書店) is a Japanese book publisher. It is a subsidiary of Kadokawa Corporation (itself owned by Kadokawa Dwango) which currently owns ASCII, Enterbrain, From Software and Media Factory, among others.

Kadokawa Shoten is the oldest company in the conglomerate, and once had its own hand in video game publishing during the 1990s and early 2000s. Today it deals exclusively with print publishing.

Softography

Books

Magazines

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