|Industry||Video game industry|
|Founded||June 9, 2005|
|Key people||Ryoei Mikage, Founder/Owner
Kazuya Niinou, Senior Director
Hiroyuki Kanemaru, Director
|Employees||Over 120 (as of Jan. 2009)|
Imageepoch Inc. (イメージエポック Imējiepokku ) is a Japanese video game developer based out of Tokyo, Japan. The company was founded in December 2005 by Ryoei Mikage. Imageepoch's first release was the turn-based strategy RPG on Nintendo DS, Luminous Arc. Since then the company has expanded into several teams that are all working on various projects. In 2008 Imageepoch made the sequel to their debut game entitled Luminous Arc 2, and Sands of Destruction for Nintendo DS; in 2009 Imageepoch made 7th Dragon that will later spawn 2 sequels, both released on PSP.In the following years the company will heavily focus on PSP and will also release their first Home console RPG for Wii, Arc Rise Fantasia; and their first, self published, HD RPG on PS3, Tokitowa.
Nintendo DS 
- 7th Dragon (2009)
- Luminous Arc (2007)
- Luminous Arc 2 (2008)
- Sands of Destruction (2008)
- Luminous Arc 3 (2009)
PlayStation Portable 
- Last Ranker (2010)
- Fate/Extra (2010)
- Criminal Girls (2010)
- Black Rock Shooter: The Game (2011)
- Final Promise Story (2011)
- 7th Dragon 2020 (2011)
- Fate/Extra CCC (2013)
- Sol Trigger (2012)
- 7th Dragon 2020 2 (2013)
- Arc Rise Fantasia (2009)
PlayStation 3 
- Carless, Simon (2009-01-27). "GameSetWatch Interview: Mikage On Imageepoch's Speedy Growth, Console Plans". GameSetWatch. Retrieved 2013-03-10.
- "Original Japanese RPGs Coming to DS & Wii". Cubed 3.
- Tanaka, John (August 5, 2009). "Luminous Arc 3 Announced". IGN.com. Retrieved 2009-08-05.
- Spencer (September 15, 2009). "Capcom And Imageepoch Link Up For A Tournament Fighting RPG". Siliconera.com. Retrieved 2009-09-16.
- Baker (August 20, 2010). "Work Release Program - Criminal Girls for PSP". www.rpgamer.com. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
- Brian Ashcraft. "Black Rock Shooter Ready To Shoot Up The PSP". Kotaku.
- Spencer (September 5, 2011). "Fate/Extra CCC Destined For PSP This Spring [Update]". www.siliconera.com. Retrieved 2011-09-07.
- Spencer (September 5, 2011). "Sol Trigger’s Story Is About Freedom Fighters [Update]". www.siliconera.com. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
- Official website (Japanese)
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