The development studio Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd and their Nintendo 64 games
Japanese joint venture founded in 1970 by Nihon Victor and Tokyo Broadcasting to develop interactive content for television, it entered the video game market in 1985. The company became the video game subsidiary of Victor Musical Industries in October 1996 and was renamed Victor Interactive Software, while continuing to use the name Pack-In-Video to publish its games.
The 3 games developed by Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd
|Harvest Moon 64||Management|
|Nushi Tsuri 64||Fishing|
|Nushi Tsuri 64: Shiokaze Ni Notte||Fishing|
No cancelled game developed by Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd on Nintendo 64
No port of a Nintendo 64 game developed by Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd