DreamFactory

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DreamFactory Ltd.
Type Public
Industry Software & Programming
Founded November 1995[1]
Headquarters Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan[1]
Key people Ken Fujikawa, CEO[1]
Seiichi Ishii, chairman[1]
Revenue ¥500 million (2003-2004)[1]
Employees 18[1]
Website www.drf.co.jp/

DreamFactory Ltd. (株式会社ドリームファクトリー Kabushiki-gaisha DorīmuFakutorī) is a Japanese video game developer founded in 1995 and based out of Tokyo. They are best known for the Tobal fighting game series and the high-profile PlayStation 2 launch title The Bouncer, both developed under Square Co. The company's chairman, Seiichi Ishii, is an industry veteran who served as an early designer and director for two legendary fighting game franchises: Virtua Fighter (published by Sega) and Tekken (published by Namco).

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