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505 Games 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: Push The Limit and Cooking Mama.
Published video games
Founded in 2006, 505 Games publishes globally for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo 3DS, DS and DSi, iOS, Android, and Windows operating system; and previously for the Game Boy Advance, PlayStation, Xbox, PlayStation 2, Wii, and PlayStation Portable.
Some of the more high-profile games published by the company include Terraria on PSN, XBLA, Vita, and Mobile Devices, Sniper Elite V2, IL2-Sturmovik, Cooking Mama, Backbreaker, Naughty Bear, titles in the Discovery Kids NDS pet series, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, and Payday 2. The first game released by the US branch was a Wii and NDS game adaptation of the film Hotel for Dogs.
How to Survive was released on 23 September 2013 on XBLA, PSN, Windows, and is a zombie strategy shooter. It is also expected to be available for Wii U eShop at undisclosed date.
Future releases include Sniper Elite 3, Drawn To Life 3 the sequel to Drawn To Life: The Next chapter, and a Kickstarter funded tactical shooter named TAKEDOWN: Red Sabre. 505 Games will also be responsible for publishing Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff in the European market.