OverviewFlight-Plan (フライト・プラン) was a game development studio based in Gifu, Japan, run by Masami Watanabe. The company was established in September 1989, and worked for many years as a contract developer for NEC.
In 1998, they released Black/Matrix with NEC Interchannel, which would become their first major franchise, comprising six titles. The last game in the series, Black/Matrix OO, was also the very last original title released for the PlayStation in Japan, in 2004.
2000 saw the release of Summon Night with Banpresto, which would become Flight-Plan's flagship series. The company would produce a total of eleven entries in the series, including spinoffs, in as many years.
In their later years, Flight-Plan began to self-publish their own original titles, including Dragon Shadow Spell and Sacred Blaze, but these efforts were not as successful as hoped. The company was forced to close down in mid-2010. Their last released title was Summon Night Granthese, a 3D action RPG set in the Summon Night universe.
After Flight-Plan's dissolution, former staff would go on to start a number of studios, including Felistella (Takayuki Kinoshita), which would continue to develop the Summon Night series for Banpresto, and Apollosoft (Hirokazu Kawase).
|Summon Night Granthese: Horobi no Tsurugi to Yakusoku no Kishi||(2010)|
|Summon Night: Twin Age||(2008)|
|Summon Night 4||(2006)|
|Summon Night Craft Sword Monogatari: Hajimari no Ishi||(2005)|
|Summon Night Ex-thèse: Yoake no Tsubasa||(2005)|
|Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2||(2004)|
|Summon Night 3||(2003)|
|Summon Night: Swordcraft Story||(2003)|
|Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors||(2002)|
|Summon Night 2||(2001)|
|Chiki Chiki Boys||(1994)|
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Related Web Sites
- Flight-Plan Inc. (official website)
Logo first used 1998