Jaleco USA, Inc.
Moby ID: 2245
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Jaleco USA, Inc. was the United States subsidiary of Jaleco Co., Ltd. of Japan. The founder, owner and operator of both companies was Yoshiaki Kanazawa. When the company went public, he served as President and Chairman of the board until the company was sold in 2000 to Pacific Century CyberWorks Japan K.K.
Credited on 66 Games from 1988 to 2003
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|Lowrider (2002 on PlayStation 2)|
|Carrier (2000 on Dreamcast)|
|Vampire Hunter D (1999 on PlayStation)|
|Vanark (1999 on PlayStation)|
|K-1 Grand Prix (1999 on PlayStation)|
|Juggernaut (1998 on PlayStation)|
|Pocket Bowling (1998 on Game Boy Color)|
|Dragon Seeds (1998 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)|
|Builder's Block (1998 on PlayStation, Arcade)|
|Irritating Stick (1998 on PlayStation)|
|Nectaris: Military Madness (1998 on PlayStation, PSP, PS Vita...)|
|K-1 Revenge (1997 on PlayStation)|
|BRAHMA Force: The Assault on Beltlogger 9 (1996 on PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP)|
|Punky Skunk (1996 on PlayStation)|
|Speed Racer (1996 on PlayStation)|
|Tetris Plus (1996 on PlayStation, Game Boy, SEGA Saturn...)|
|Tokyo Highway Battle (1996 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)|
|Bases Loaded '96: Double Header (1995 on PlayStation, SEGA Saturn)|
|Sterling Sharpe: End 2 End (1995 on SNES)|
|Super Bases Loaded 3: License to Steal (1995 on SNES)|
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- 19 games with Jaleco Ltd.
- 18 games with Tose Co., Ltd.
- 3 games with Realtime Associates, Inc.
- 3 games with Murrie Lienhart Rysner & Associates
- 3 games with Jack Nichols Design
- 2 games with MarketForce Inc.
- 2 games with Natsume Co., Ltd.
- 2 games with Target Entertainment, Inc.
- 2 games with Aicom Corporation
- 2 games with Genki Co., Ltd.