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14th Jan '17 4:26:53 AM StFan
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** ''VideoGame/{{R-Type}} Complete CD'' (re-release of the game originally [[DividedForPublication split into two HuCards]] for its Japanese release)

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** ''VideoGame/{{R-Type}} ''VideoGame/RType Complete CD'' (re-release of the game originally [[DividedForPublication split into two HuCards]] for its Japanese release)
4th Jan '17 5:52:23 PM Prfnoff
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** ''Manga/{{Cobra}} The Arcade''
22nd Dec '16 2:12:43 PM Saurubiker
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* A few of the [[Franchise/KunioKun Kunio-kun]] games released on the PC Engine by Naxat Soft had the prefix PC or CD on their subtitles, depending on the media format.
** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen'' ("Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: PC Extra Edition", a [[ReformulatedGame reworked port]] of the ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall'' arcade game)
** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen'' (Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: CD Soccer Edition", an enhanced Super CD-ROM² port of the Famicom game that was localized as ''Nintendo World Cup'' on the NES)
** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Soccer Hen'' ([=HuCard=] revision of the previous game)
* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM² add-on was the first version of the game released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions on Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omitted the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.
* The Super CD-ROM² ports of ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' were titled ''Puyo Puyo CD'' and ''Puyo Puyo Tsū CD''.

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* A few PC Engine games, such as aforementioned ''[[VideoGame/{{Bonk}} PC Genjin]]'' series and its ''[[VideoGame/{{Zonk}} PC Denjin]]'' spinoff, had the prefix "PC" or CD" on their titles, with the latter being slightly more prevalent due to the popularity of the CD-ROM² System add-on and its many iterations.
** ''CD Battle: Hikari no Yūsha-tachi''
** ''Fray CD'' (remake of an MSX game)
** ''Morita Shōgi PC''
** A few games in
the [[Franchise/KunioKun Kunio-kun]] games released on the were ported to PC Engine by Naxat Soft had under the prefix PC or CD on their subtitles, depending on the media format.
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''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen'' ("Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: PC Extra Edition", a [[ReformulatedGame reworked port]] of the ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall'' arcade game)
** *** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen'' (Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: CD Soccer Edition", an enhanced Super CD-ROM² port of the Famicom game that was localized as ''Nintendo World Cup'' on the NES)
** *** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Soccer Hen'' ([=HuCard=] revision of the previous game)
* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} ** ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo CD'' and ''Puyo Puyo CD Tsū''.
** ''VideoGame/{{R-Type}} Complete CD'' (re-release of the game originally [[DividedForPublication split into two HuCards]] for its Japanese release)
** ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}}:
[=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM² add-on was the first version of the game released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions on released for Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omitted the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.
* The Super CD-ROM² ports of ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' were titled ''Puyo Puyo CD'' and ''Puyo Puyo Tsū CD''.
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* ''Jack Nicklaus' Turbo Golf''
* ''[[VideoGame/MaddenNFL John Madden Duo CD Football]]''
22nd Dec '16 10:13:30 AM Saurubiker
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* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM² add-on was the first version released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions on Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omitted the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM² add-on was the first version of the game released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions on Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omitted the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.
22nd Dec '16 10:08:46 AM Saurubiker
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** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen'' (Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: CD Soccer Edition", an enhanced Super CD-ROM&#178 port of the Famicom game that was localized as ''Nintendo World Cup'' on the NES)

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** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen'' (Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: CD Soccer Edition", an enhanced Super CD-ROM&#178 CD-ROM² port of the Famicom game that was localized as ''Nintendo World Cup'' on the NES)



* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM&#178 add-on (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks). The later versions on Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omit the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.

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* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM&#178 CD-ROM² add-on was the first version released in CD-ROM format (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks). disks), as well as Konami's first CD-ROM game period. The later versions on Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omit omitted the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.
22nd Dec '16 10:00:00 AM Saurubiker
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22nd Dec '16 9:59:16 AM Saurubiker
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* The PCEngine version of ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall'' was titled ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen''[[note]]Nekketsu High School Dodge Ball Club: PC Special Edition[[/note]]. The soccer spinoff (whose original Famicom version was released internationally as ''Nintendo World Cup'') was released as ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Soccer Hen''[[note]]Nekketsu High School Dodge Ball Club: PC Soccer Edition[[/note]] on the PCEngine, ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen''[[note]]Nekketsu High School Dodge Ball Club: CD Soccer Edition[[/note]] on the PCEngine Super CD-ROM², and ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: Soccer Hen MD'' on the UsefulNotes/MegaDrive.[[note]]Nekketsu High School Dodge Ball Club: Soccer Edition MD[[/note]]



** The ''Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium'' baseball game series by Namco, better known by its [[PortmanteauSeriesNickname abbreviated name]] ''Famista''. The series retained the ''Famista'' name on later installments for Nintendo platforms, but those that were released for non-Nintendo platforms (with the exception of a few versions released for PC-88, {{MSX}}2 and FM Towns) went by different titles such as the ''World Stadium'' series on the PC Engine and the original UsefulNotes/PlayStation. The original ''Famista'' was localized by [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tengen]] in the US under the title of ''VideoGame/RBIBaseball'' (the later ''RBI'' sequels were developed independently by Tengen and had no ties to ''Famista'').

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** The ''Pro Yakyuu Family Stadium'' baseball game series by Namco, better known by its [[PortmanteauSeriesNickname abbreviated name]] ''Famista''. The series retained the ''Famista'' name on later installments for Nintendo platforms, but those that were released for non-Nintendo platforms (with the exception of a few versions released for PC-88, {{MSX}}2 and FM Towns) went by different titles such as the ''World Stadium'' series on the PC Engine and the original UsefulNotes/PlayStation. The original ''Famista'' was localized by [[Creator/{{Atari}} Tengen]] in the US under the title of ''VideoGame/RBIBaseball'' (the later ''RBI'' sequels were developed independently by Tengen and had no ties to ''Famista'').



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* A few of the [[Franchise/KunioKun Kunio-kun]] games released on the PC Engine by Naxat Soft had the prefix PC or CD on their subtitles, depending on the media format.
** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen'' ("Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: PC Extra Edition", a [[ReformulatedGame reworked port]] of the ''VideoGame/SuperDodgeBall'' arcade game)
** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: CD Soccer Hen'' (Nekketsu High School Dodgeball Club: CD Soccer Edition", an enhanced Super CD-ROM&#178 port of the Famicom game that was localized as ''Nintendo World Cup'' on the NES)
** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Soccer Hen'' ([=HuCard=] revision of the previous game)
* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the Super CD-ROM&#178 add-on (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks). The later versions on Sega CD, [=PlayStation=] and Saturn omit the "[=CD-ROMatic=]" subtitle.
* The Super CD-ROM² ports of ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' were titled ''Puyo Puyo CD'' and ''Puyo Puyo Tsū CD''.
* The first baseball game released for the CD-ROM² (pronounced "CD ROM ROM") add-on unit was Creator/{{NCS}}'s ''ROM ROM Stadium''.
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** ''Devil Crash MD'', the Japanese version of ''Dragon's Fury'' (a port of the original ''VideoGame/DevilsCrush''/''Dragon Crash'' for the Turbografx-16).

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** ''Devil Crash MD'', the Japanese version of ''Dragon's Fury'' (a port of the original ''VideoGame/DevilsCrush''/''Dragon Crash'' for the Turbografx-16).[=TurboGrafx 16=]).



** ''Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: Soccer Hen MD'' ("Hot Blood High School Dodgeball Club: Soccer Edition MD", also released on PC Engine as detailed above)






* ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}} [=CD-ROMantic=]'' for the PCEngine (the original versions for the PC88 and {{MSX}}2 were on floppy disks).



* The PCEngine Super CD-ROM² ports of ''VideoGame/PuyoPuyo'' were titled ''Puyo Puyo CD'' and ''Puyo Puyo Tsū CD''.



* The first baseball game released for the PCEngine's CD-ROM² (pronounced "CD ROM ROM") add-on unit was Creator/{{NCS}}'s ''ROM ROM Stadium''.
22nd Dec '16 9:18:57 AM Saurubiker
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** ''Nintendo World Cup'' (a localized Kunio-kun game), which is a debatable example since Nintendo could easily refer to the company itself and not the NES.
* On the other hand, it was pretty common for Family Computer games to have the word "Famicom" or "Family" in their titles ([[http://www.geocities.jp/f_tamakoku/famicon/database/database_50on_06.htm here's a full list Japanese]]).

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** ''Nintendo World Cup'' (a localized Kunio-kun game), which is a debatable example since Nintendo could easily refer to the company itself and not the NES.
NES (and the game was also released on the Game Boy).
* On the other hand, it was pretty common for Family Computer games to have the word "Famicom" or "Family" in their titles ([[http://www.geocities.jp/f_tamakoku/famicon/database/database_50on_06.htm here's a full list in Japanese]]).
22nd Dec '16 9:12:02 AM Medinoc
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** ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}} Warmastered Edition''



** ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}} Warmastered Edition''
22nd Dec '16 9:11:21 AM Medinoc
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** ''VideoGame/{{Stronghold}} HD''


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** ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}} Warmastered Edition''
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