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Industry Computer and video game industry
Founded 1987 (as NEC Avenue)
1995 (as NEC Interchannel)
2004 (as Interchannel)
Defunct 2013
Headquarters Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Products Games for video game consoles
Owner NEC Corporation (1987-2004)
Index Holdings (2004-2013)

Interchannel, Inc. (株式会社インターチャネル Kabushiki-gaisha Intāchaneru?) was a Japanese game developer and publisher. Previously known as NEC Interchannel and before that NEC Avenue,[1] it was originally a subsidiary of NEC before 70 percent of the company was sold to Index Corporation for approximately 3 billion yen ($28 million) in 2004.[2] Interchannel's games tended to be Japanese only, however the company established Gamebridge Ltd., a UK-based joint venture with Bergsala, that published its games in Europe.[3] Only ten games were ever published. Interchannel closed in 2013.


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