|Type||Subsidary of Digital Bros. S.P.A|
505 Games, formerly known as 505 Game Street, is the global video game publishing division of Italian company Digital Bros. S.P.A founded in 2006. The company also maintains a UK division in Milton Keynes and a North American division in Los Angeles opened in May 2008. They are currently publishers of a number of franchises such as; Sniper Elite, ARMA, Payday, Michael Phelps and Cooking Mama.
Published video games 
Founded in 2006, 505 currently publishes games globally for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, and Windows operating system, and previously for the Game Boy Advance, PlayStation and Xbox.
Some of the more high-profile games published by the company include Terraria on PS3, Sniper Elite V2, IL2-Sturmovik, Cooking Mama, ARMA: Armed Assault, ARMA 2,Magna Carta: Tears of Blood, Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity, Fashion Designer: Style Icon, Supremacy MMA, Supremacy MMA: Unrestricted and titles in the Bust-a-Move and Armored Core series. Additionally they have published certain more obscure niche titles, such as the games Graffiti Kingdom and Michigan. The first game released by the US branch was a game adaptation of the film Hotel for Dogs.
Future releases include Payday 2, Sniper Elite 3, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and a kickstarter funded tactical shooter named Takedown: Red Sabre. 505 Games is also working with several partners to develop games based on key intellectual properties, including games based on Grease and Michael Phelps. Over the years, 505 Games has formed strategic partnerships with Hasbro, Sony, Rolling Stone, Warner Bros., Paramount, 20th Century Fox DreamWorks and Starbreeze Studios and Redigit (developer of Terraria).
The company has been criticized for their unclear publishing methods particularly regarding niche Japanese titles; the PAL-versions of Ar tonelico: Melody of Elemia, Raw Danger! and Fire Pro Wrestling Returns for example are officially released, but seem to have seen such a limited release only in France and Italy that many people are unsure of their very existence. Wild Arms 5 on the other hand has been announced at first for 30 November 2007, then been delayed until 22 February 2008, only to be released on 11 April 2008 in such limited quantities as the before mentioned games. Its predecessor Wild Arms 4 was also published by 505 Games, but suffered from a bug that would make the game crash if played in 50 Hz-mode. In early 2010, 505 Games has been criticized by customers for failing to release a game-fixing patch for the Xbox 360 version of IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey, even though the same patch was released for the PS3 version. Comments by the developers of IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey reveal that the patch has reportedly been finished, but has been sitting in limbo for months awaiting approval. This approval delay was most likely a result of the 1st party Microsoft approval process for updates and bug-fixes. This company is currently attempting to release Terraria on PS3, even though 505 Games released Terraria on it's release date, it ended up being half broken.  505 Games is currently working "every Possible hour" into fixing the game as soon as possible, as this was quoted by 505 Games on the Terraria Forums. http://www.terrariaonline.com/members/505games.106776/
-  Accessed, 12 April 2010.
- "Patch update is not here yet. - Official 1C Company forum". Forum.1cpublishing.eu. Retrieved 2012-12-04.
- Official website (UK)
- Official website (US)
- Archived 505 Game Street site
- Digital Bros
- Game list - includes release dates and Japanese names (no longer updated as of June 2007)