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'''Ultra Games''' was Konami's "division" for releasing NES and Gameboy games under a different corporate name as a workaround solution to Nintendo's third-party licensing restrictions regarding how many games a licensed third-party game publisher could legally publish in a year. With the easing of those restrictions by Nintendo, Konami dropped the Ultra Games banner and continued publishing games under their own company name.
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'''Ultra Games''' was [[Konami]]'s "division" for releasing [[NES]] and [[Game Boy|Gameboy]] games under a different corporate name as a workaround solution to [[Nintendo]]'s third-party licensing restrictions regarding how many games a licensed third-party game publisher could legally publish in a year. With the easing of those restrictions by Nintendo, Konami dropped the Ultra Games banner and continued publishing games under their own company name.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:58, 4 June 2009

Ultra Games was Konami's "division" for releasing NES and Gameboy games under a different corporate name as a workaround solution to Nintendo's third-party licensing restrictions regarding how many games a licensed third-party game publisher could legally publish in a year. With the easing of those restrictions by Nintendo, Konami dropped the Ultra Games banner and continued publishing games under their own company name.