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'''Eighting Co., Ltd.''' (also known as Raizing 『ライジング』, Eighting 『エイティング』, and 8ing) is a Japanese {{video game}} company. In particular, it has produced a number of memorable arcade and/or ShootEmUp games, with music often done by Creator/ManabuNamiki. The Raizing half ceased to exist in 2000, leaving just the Eighting part. After this, programmer S. Yagawa left Eighting and joined {{Cave}}, and Eighting ceased to produce any additional shoot-em-up games.

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'''Eighting Co., Ltd.''' (also known as Raizing 『ライジング』, Eighting 『エイティング』, and 8ing) is a Japanese {{video game}} company. In particular, it has produced a number of memorable arcade and/or ShootEmUp games, with music often done by Creator/ManabuNamiki. The Raizing half ceased to exist in 2000, leaving just the Eighting part. After this, programmer S. Yagawa left Eighting and joined {{Cave}}, Creator/{{Cave}}, and Eighting ceased to produce any additional shoot-em-up games.

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'''Eighting Co., Ltd.''' (also known as Raizing 『ライジング』, Eighting 『エイティング』, and 8ing) is a Japanese {{video game}} company. In particular, it has produced a number of memorable arcade and/or ShootEmUp games, with music often done by ManabuNamiki. The Raizing half ceased to exist in 2000, leaving just the Eighting part. After this, programmer S. Yagawa left Eighting and joined {{Cave}}, and Eighting ceased to produce any additional shoot-em-up games.

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'''Eighting Co., Ltd.''' (also known as Raizing 『ライジング』, Eighting 『エイティング』, and 8ing) is a Japanese {{video game}} company. In particular, it has produced a number of memorable arcade and/or ShootEmUp games, with music often done by ManabuNamiki.Creator/ManabuNamiki. The Raizing half ceased to exist in 2000, leaving just the Eighting part. After this, programmer S. Yagawa left Eighting and joined {{Cave}}, and Eighting ceased to produce any additional shoot-em-up games.

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* ''MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Sorcer Striker'') (1993)
** ''Shippu MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Kingdom Grandprix'') (1994)
** ''Great MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Dimahoo'') (2000)

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* ''MahouDaisakusen'' ''VideoGame/MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Sorcer Striker'') (1993)
** ''Shippu MahouDaisakusen'' Mahou Daisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Kingdom Grandprix'') (1994)
** ''Great MahouDaisakusen'' Mahou Daisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Dimahoo'') (2000)



* ''BattleGaregga'' (1996)

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* ''BattleGaregga'' (1996)''VideoGame/BattleGaregga'' (1996)
** ''VideoGame/ArmedPoliceBatrider'' (1998)



* ''ArmedPoliceBatrider'' (1998)
* ''BattleBakraid'' (1999)
* ''GhoulPanic'' (1999)
* ''BraveBlade'' (2000)

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* ''ArmedPoliceBatrider'' (1998)
* ''BattleBakraid''
''Battle Bakraid'' (1999)
* ''GhoulPanic'' ''VideoGame/GhoulPanic'' (1999)
* ''BraveBlade'' ''Brave Blade'' (2000)



* ''Bleach: Heat the Soul'' series (20052010)

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* ''Bleach: ''Manga/{{Bleach}}: Heat the Soul'' series (20052010)

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'''Eighting Co., Ltd.''' (also known as Raizing 『ライジング』, Eighting 『エイティング』, and 8ing) is a Japanese {{video game}} company. In particular, it has produced a number of memorable arcade and/or ShootEmUp games, with music often done by ManabuNamiki. The Raizing half ceased to exist in 2000, leaving just the Eighting part. After this, programmer S. Yagawa left Eighting and joined {{Cave}}, and Eighting ceased to produce any additional shoot-em-up games.

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!!''Eighting/Raizing'' has made the following games:
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* ''MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Sorcer Striker'') (1993)
** ''Shippu MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Kingdom Grandprix'') (1994)
** ''Great MahouDaisakusen'' (a.k.a. ''Dimahoo'') (2000)
* ''[[VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} Panic Bomber]]'' (1995)
* ''BattleGaregga'' (1996)
* ''VideoGame/{{Soukyugurentai}}'' (a.k.a. ''Terra Diver'') (1996)
* ''VideoGame/BloodyRoar'' series (a.k.a. ''Beastorizer'') (19972003)
* ''ArmedPoliceBatrider'' (1998)
* ''BattleBakraid'' (1999)
* ''GhoulPanic'' (1999)
* ''BraveBlade'' (2000)
* ''[[VideoGame/NineteenFortyTwo 1944: The Loop Master]]'' (2000)
* ''VideoGame/KuruKuruKururin'' series (20012004)
* ''VideoGame/NarutoClashOfNinja'' series (20032010)
* ''Bleach: Heat the Soul'' series (20052010)
* ''Battle Stadium DON'' (2006)
* ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaJudgment'' (2008)
* ''VideoGame/FateUnlimitedCodes'' (2008)
* ''VideoGame/TatsunokoVsCapcom'' (2008)
* ''VideoGame/KamenRiderClimaxHeroes'' series (20092010)
[[/index]]
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