The company's first big hit was Di Gi Charat starting 1998, which is a franchise built around Dejiko, the advertising mascot of Gamers. Galaxy Angel, another major franchise, followed in 2000. Both are Visual Novels, as would be most games to follow. These successes led to Broccoli's attempt to get a foothold in the North American market through the founding of Broccoli Books in 2007 for manga publication and through the puchase of Synch-Point for anime (and manga) publication. Both divisions closed doors in 2008.
In 2005, it became a subsidiary of GungHo Online Entertainment.
Franchises by Broccoli include:
Games by Broccoli include:
- Bakuten Shoot Beyblade (developed by Rokumendo)
- Bakuten Shoot Beyblade - Gekitō! Saikyō Blader
- Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Iku ze! Gekitō! Chō Jiryoku Battle!
- Bakuten Shoot Beyblade 2002 - Gekisen! Team Battle!!
- Seiryū no Shō ~Takao Hen~
- Kōryū no Shō ~Daichi Hen~
- Neon Genesis Evangelion: Girlfriend of Steel 2
- Uta No Prince Sama (developed by Nippon Ichi)