OverviewKonami Computer Entertainment Sapporo (コナミコンピュータエンタテインメント札幌) was a development studio based in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. It was established by Konami in March 1997 at the same time as studios in Nagoya and Yokohama. In August 2000, it was merged with the Yokohama studio, becoming Konami Computer Entertainment Studios, but the Sapporo studio was split back off and merged into Hudson Soft in December 2001, ceasing to exist as a distinct entity.
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