Raizing Co., Ltd.

Moby ID: 2162

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Eighting/Raizing is a Japanese video game company that was founded on March 15, 1993 in Tokyo by former employees of Toaplan. Their first game was Mahō Daisakusen (1993). In accordance with its arcade tradition, the company continued focusing on scrolling shoot-em-ups and fighting games.

Credited on 15 Games from 1993 to 2016

Battle Garegga: Rev.2016 (2016 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One)
Bloody Roar 3 (2000 on PlayStation 2, Arcade)
Dimahoo (2000 on Arcade)
1944: The Loop Master (2000 on Arcade)
Brave Blade (2000 on Arcade)
Battle Bakraid (1999 on Arcade)
Ghoul Panic (1999 on PlayStation, Arcade)
Armed Police Batrider (1998 on Arcade)
Bloody Roar II (1998 on PlayStation, PlayStation 3, Arcade...)
Bloody Roar (1997 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)
Sōkyūgurentai (1996 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn, Arcade)
Battle Garegga (1996 on SEGA Saturn, Arcade)
Super Bomberman: Panic Bomber W (1995 on SNES)
Kingdom Grandprix (1994 on SEGA Saturn, Arcade)
Sorcer Striker (1993 on FM Towns, Sharp X68000, PlayStation 4...)

History +

October 1st, 2000

Eighting merges with Raizing and Logic and Magic.

March 1993

Eighting is founded with a capital of 3,000,000 yen.


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