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  1. Eighting - Wikipedia

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    Eighting Co., Ltd., stylized as 8ing, is a Japanese video game developer and publisher. It was formerly known as Raizing. It is known for its shoot 'em ups and its licensed fighting games.

  2. Template:Eighting - Wikipedia

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  4. A-weighting - Wikipedia

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    A-weighting is applied to instrument-measured sound levels in an effort to account for the relative loudness perceived by the human ear, as the ear is less sensitive to low audio frequencies. It is employed by arithmetically adding a table of values, listed by octave or third-octave bands, to the measured sound pressure levels in dB.

  5. Eighting | Eighting-Raizing Wiki | Fandom

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    Eighting was originally founded in 1993 by former employees of Compile, best known for their Puyo Puyo and Zanac/Aleste series, including Sotoyama Yuuichi, Kazuyuki Nakashima, and Yokoo Kenichi. Eighting worked closely together with Raizing, with Raizing working on the games' development while Eighting took care of sales and distribution.

  6. List of fighting games - Wikipedia

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    Fighting games are characterized by close combat between two fighters or groups of fighters of comparable strength, often broken into rounds. If multiple players are involved, players generally fight against each other.

  7. Eighting | Bloody Roar Wiki | Fandom

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    Eighting Co., Ltd. (also called 8ing/Raizing, Eighting/Raizing, Raizing, Eighting, or 8ing) is a Japanese video game company mainly known for its shoot 'em ups and its licensed fighting games.

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  8. Naruto: Clash of Ninja - Wikipedia

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    (NARUTO -ナルト- 激闘忍者大戦!), is a series of 3D cel-shaded fighting games based on the manga and anime series Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto. They are developed by Eighting and published by D3 Publisher and Tomy.

  9. Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax - Wikipedia

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    Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a 2D arcade fighting game developed by Ecole Software and French Bread and published by Sega.The game celebrates the 20th anniversary of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint, featuring various characters from light novels published under the imprint.

  10. FixEight - Wikipedia

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    FixEight is a run and gun arcade video game developed and published by Toaplan on July 1992. The spiritual successor to 1990's Out Zone, it is notable for being one of the few titles by Toaplan that has not received any official port to home consoles as of date.

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