TAKARA Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 1758

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  • TAKARA AMUSEMENT Co., Ltd. (from 1984 to 1994)

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Takara Toys is a Japanese toy company founded in 1955. Hasbro combined Takara's "Diaclone" and "Micro Change" toy lines in 1984 to create the Transformers.

Credited on 103 Games from 1977 to 2004

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Battle B-Daman (2004 on Game Boy Advance)
1945 I & II: The Arcade Games (2004 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3)
Choro Q (2003 on PlayStation 2)
Transformers (2003 on PlayStation 2)
D.N. Angel: TV Animation Series - Kurenai no Tsubasa (2003 on PlayStation 2)
Rollercoaster World (2003 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3)
Special Jinsei Game (2003 on GameCube)
Road Trip: The Arcade Edition (2002 on GameCube)
Tokyo Mew Mew: Tōjō Shin Mew Mew! Minna Issho ni Gohōshi suru Nyan (2002 on PlayStation)
Tokyo Mew Mew: Tōjō Shin Mew Mew! Minna Issho ni Gohōshi suru Nyan (Mew Ichigo Box) (2002 on PlayStation)
Tokyo Mew Mew: Tōjō Shin Mew Mew! Minna Issho ni Gohōshi suru Nyan (Mew Mint Box) (2002 on PlayStation)
Road Trip: Shifting Gears (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Hamepane Tokyo Mew Mew (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Seek and Destroy (2002 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3)
High Heat Major League Baseball 2003 (2002 on Game Boy Advance)
Road Trip (2002 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3)
Beyblade (2001 on PlayStation)
Gadget Racers (2001 on Game Boy Advance)
Real Pool (2000 on PlayStation 2)
DX Monopoly GB (2000 on Game Boy Color)

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March 2006

Takara merges with Tomy. The new company goes by the name of TAKARATOMY in Japan, but elsewhere is simply called Tomy Company, Ltd.

November 2003

Takara acquires the Broccoli anime/manga studio.

November 2003

Takara Inc. completes their buyout of Atlus USA.

April 2003

Takara Inc. acquires 32% of Atlus USA's stock.

September 17, 1955

Company founded in Katsushika, Tokyo, Japan.

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