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    An obscure franchise consisting mainly of sports and brawler titles that maintains a very small cult following in the U.S.

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    Kunio-Kun was a long running videogame franchise created by Technos in 1986. The games chronicled the exploits of a highly atheltic, delinquent Japanese high school student named Kunio and spanned genres as wide ranging as beat-em-up to puzzle to action sports. In Japan, the series ran for almost ten years, with games coming out on both consoles and Japanese PCs, but, when released outside of Asia, the games were "Americanized" to the point where few could tell that they were originally part of the same series.

    After the bankruptcy of Technos in 1996, a company named Million bought the rights to the series and began releasing remakes of the more popular titles of the series.


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