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MediaWorks (publisher): Quiz


Question 1: These games were typically visual novels, a genre of ________, but some have also been sound novels, which has less attributes of an adventure game than a normal visual novel.
Interactive fictionAdventure gameInteractive movieGraphic adventure game

Question 2: A section of MediaWorks known as DS Dengeki Bunko produced sound novels playable on the Nintendo DS based from light novels published under MediaWorks' ________ publishing label.
Dengeki ComicsDengeki DaiohDengeki BunkoDengeki G's Magazine

Question 3: MediaWorks had also been involved in the production of anime television and ________ series.
FilmDirect-to-videoOriginal video animationSaint Seiya

Question 4: By 2001, MediaWorks specialized in publishing light novels, ________, video games, and magazines pertaining to such media.
YaoiShōjo mangaMangaManga outside Japan

Question 5: These included: Allison, ________, Inukami!, and Iriya no Sora, UFO no Natsu.
ASCII Media WorksManhattanMediaWorks (publisher)Baccano!

Question 6: Such well-known series included Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl, ________, and Strawberry Marshmallow.
Shakugan no Shana (light novels)MediaWorks (publisher)Dengeki DaiohShakugan no Shana

Question 7: Other games, like those based on the ________ series, were ported to both the PS2 and DS.
MediaWorks (publisher)Dengeki DaiohShakugan no ShanaShakugan no Shana (light novels)

Question 8: The video games produced were ported to the PlayStation 2 or ________.
Nintendo DSNintendo DS LiteNintendo DSi XLNintendo DSi

Question 9: MediaWorks ran yearly contests for original novel and manga submissions, such as the light novel ________ contest.
ASCII Media WorksDengeki DaiohDengeki Novel PrizeDengeki Bunko

Question 10: The company was merged with ASCII on April 1, 2008, and became ________.
Dengeki G's MagazineDengeki DaiohMediaWorks (publisher)ASCII Media Works

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