OverviewKonami Computer Entertainment Tokyo (コナミコンピュータエンタテインメント東京, KCET / Konami TYO) was a development studio based in Tokyo, Japan. It was established by Konami on April 3, 1995, and was responsible for a significant number of major franchises for its parent company, including Tokimeki Memorial, Winning Eleven, Suikoden, and Dance Dance Revolution. A group at the studio known as Team Silent were also responsible for the Silent Hill franchise.
KCET was merged back into its parent company in April 2005, ceasing to exist as a separate entity.
Also Known As
- Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo Co., Ltd. -- Former company name
- KCE Tokyo -- Abbreviated title
- Konami TYO -- Also known as
TriviaThe company website was formerly located at www.konamityo.com.
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Logo first used 1995
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