Electronic Arts Square, K.K.

Overview

A joint venture begun in 1998, Electronic Arts Square was 70% owned by Electronic Arts, Inc. and 30% owned by Square Co., Ltd.. EA Square's purpose was to localize, publish, and market EA's western games for a Japanese audience. As part of the same agreement a counterpart company Square Electronic Arts was created in the US.

When Square merged with Enix in 2003, the partnership ended and EA bought Square's 30% of the company.

Games

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The(2003)
Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome(2003)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets(2002)
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets(2002)
Battlefield 1942(2002)
2002 FIFA World Cup(2002)
Global Operations(2002)
SSX Tricky(2002)
Knockout Kings 2002(2002)
F1 2002(2002)
NBA Live 2002(2002)
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone(2001)
Quake III: Revolution(2001)
American McGee's Alice(2001)
Championship Bass(2000)
X Squad(2000)
F1 2000(2000)
FIFA 2000: Major League Soccer(2000)
NBA Live 2000(2000)
007: Tomorrow Never Dies(2000)
Beetle Adventure Racing!(1999)
FIFA 99(1999)
Future Cop: L.A.P.D.(1999)
Need for Speed: High Stakes(1999)
Aliens Versus Predator(1999)
Populous: The Beginning(1999)
Moto Racer 2(1999)
NBA Live 99(1999)
Aquarium(1998)
World Cup 98(1998)
Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit(1998)
Diablo(1998)
FIFA: Road to World Cup 98(1998)

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