ASCII Entertainment Software, Inc.

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ASCII Entertainment Software was the U.S. division of the Japanese ASCII Corporation. In 1998 they became an independent company known as Agetec, Inc.

Credited on 13 Games from 1991 to 1999

Backstreet Billiards (1998 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)
R-Types (1998 on PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP)
AeroGauge (1997 on Nintendo 64)
Armored Core: Project Phantasma (1997 on PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PS Vita)
Master of Monsters: Disciples of Gaia (1997 on PlayStation, PSP, PS Vita...)
Felony 11-79 (1997 on PlayStation)
Clock Tower (1996 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)
King's Field II (1996 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)
King's Field (1995 on PlayStation, PSP, PlayStation 3...)
AWS Pro Moves Soccer (1993 on Genesis)
SpellCraft: Aspects of Valor (1992 on DOS)
Gun-Nac (1990 on NES)
Wizardry: Knight of Diamonds - The Second Scenario (1982 on PC Booter, Game Boy Color, NES...)

History +


Company changes name and becomes Agetec, Inc.

July 24th, 1991

Nexoft Corporation was merged into ASCII Entertainment Software.

November 29th, 1990

Company founded.

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Location and contact information in March 1997:

ASCII Entertainment Software Inc.

900 Veterans Blvd., Suite 600

Redwood City, CA 94063

Technical Support: +1 (415) 780-0800

Fax Support: +1 (415) 780-0855

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