List of video game publishers

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This is a list of video game publisher companies. A video game publisher may specialize in only publishing games for developers, or may either have in-house development studios or own subsidiary development companies. Some developers may publish their games themselves. This list includes both active and no longer active (defunct) companies. Active publishers are either run independently or as a subsidiary of another company.

Legend
Active independently
Active as subsidiary of larger game publisher
Defunct / No longer active in video game publishing


Publisher Headquarters Est. Notable games developed Notes
1C Company Russia, MoscowRussia Moscow, Russia 1991 Il-2 series
Men of War series
Specializes in localization for Russia.
2K Games USA, NovatoUnited States Novato, California, USA 2005 Also video game developer, marketer, and distributor. Subsidiary and publishing label of Take-Two Interactive.
3D Realms USA, Texas, GarlandUnited States Garland, Texas, USA 1987 Duke Nukem series Also developer, also known as Apogee Software, Ltd.
The 3DO Company USA, California, Redwood CityUnited States Redwood City, California, USA 1991 Also video game console developer and video game developer
505 Games Italy, MilanItaly Milan, Italy 2006 Publishing division of Digital Bros. group
Accolade USA, CaliforniaUnited States California, United States 1984 Hardball! series
Star Control series
Test Drive series
Also video game developer. Acquired by Atari, SA née Infogrames in 1999, name retired.
Acclaim Entertainment USA, New York, Glen CoveUnited States Glen Cove, New York, United States 1987 Turok
Burnout
WWF WrestleMania
Brand name acquired by Acclaim Games, intellectual property acquired by Throwback Entertainment
Active Gaming Media AGM Japan, OsakaJapan Osaka, Japan 2006 PLAYISM part of Active Gaming Media Inc., focuses on the localization and distribution of video games.
Activision USA, Santa MonicaUnited States Santa Monica, California, USA 1979 Call of Duty Also video game developer. Acquired Neversoft in 1999 and Infinity Ward in 2003; acquired several other developers as well. Merged with Vivendi to form Activision Blizzard in 2008.
Activision Blizzard USA, Santa MonicaUnited States Santa Monica, California, USA 2008 Formed by merger between Activision and Vivendi Games in 2008.
Agetec USA, SunnyvaleUnited States Sunnyvale, California, USA 1998 Focuses on distributing Japanese titles in the US.
Akella Russian, MoscowRussia Moscow, Russia 1995 Age of Sail II
Age of Pirates series
Sea Dogs
Also video game developer.
Alten8 UK, LutonUnited Kingdom Luton, England, UK 2005 Also video game developer.
Anuman France France France 2000 Also video game developer
Apogee Software USA United States USA 2008 Also video game developer
Arc System Works Japan, ShinyokohamaJapan Tokyo, Japan 1988 BlazBlue series
Guilty Gear series
Also video game developer
Asmik Corporation of America Japan Japan Japan 1985 (merged with Ace Entertainment)
Aspyr Media USA, AustinUnited States Austin, Texas, USA 1996 Specializes in porting Windows games to Mac OS.
Atari, Inc USA, CaiforniaUnited States Sunnyvale, California, USA 1972 Pong
Breakout
Asteroids
Centipede
Bought by Warner Bros. in 1976, Closed in 1984, assets split between Atari Corporation and Atari Games
Atari, SA USA, New YorkUnited States New York, USA 2003 Enter the Matrix
Transformers
Unreal Tournament 2004
Star Trek Online
Formerly GT Interactive Software, became full subsidiary of Atari, SA in 2008.
AQ Interactive Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 2000 Also video game developer
Atlus Japan, ShinjukuJapan Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan 1986 Persona series
Devil Survivor series
Also video game developer, purchased by Sega in 2013
Autumn Games USA, New YorkUnited States New York, United States 2007 Skullgirls Focused on providing publishing services for independent developers for digital platforms
Aventurine SA Greece, AthensGreece Athens, Greece 2002 Darkfall Also video game developer.
Bandai GamesBandai Games Japan, tokyoJapan Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan 1950 (merged with Namco as Namco Bandai Games)
Bandai Namco Japan, tokyoJapan Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan 2006 Naruto: Ultimate Ninja
Banpresto Japan, TokyoJapan Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan 1977 (Acquired by Namco Bandai Games)
Bethesda Softworks USA, RockvilleUnited States Rockville, Maryland, USA 1985 Elder Scrolls Also video game developer
Big Fish Games USA, SeattleUnited States Seattle, Washington, USA 2002 Virtual Villagers
Blue Byte Software Germany, DüsseldorfGermany Düsseldorf, Germany 1988 The Settlers Also video game developer, (acquired by Ubisoft)
Bullet-Proof Software Japan Japan Japan 1980s Some Tetris clones and spin-offs Blue Planet Software is its spiritual successor
Brøderbund USA, United States USA 1980 Myst
Prince of Persia
Acquired by Ubisoft, eventually sold to The Learning Company, no longer publishes video games
Blizzard Entertainment USA, IrvineUnited States Irvine, California, USA 1991 Diablo series
StarCraft series
Warcraft franchise
Also video game developer. Acquired by Davidson & Associates in 1994, renamed from Silicon & Synapse. Acquired by CUC International in 1996, which merged into Cendant in 1997 and was sold to Havas in 1998. Acquired by Vivendi and become part of Vivendi Games group in 1998. Merged into Activision Blizzard in 2008.
Bug-Byte Manchester, EnglandUnited Kingdom Liverpool, England 1980 Manic Miner
Buka Entertainment Russia, MoscowRussia Moscow, Russia 1993 Also video game developer, foreign market publisher and distributor.
Acquired by 1C Company in 2008.
Bungie USA, ChicagoUnited States Chicago, Illinois 1997 Marathon Trilogy
Abuse
Also video game developer, currently in a publishing deal with Activision, formerly a subsidiary of Microsoft
Camerica USA, ChicagoUnited States Chicago, Illinois 1988
Capcom Japan, OsakaJapan Osaka, Japan 1979 Mega Man
Street Fighter
Resident Evil
Devil May Cry
Also video game developer
CD Projekt RED Poland, WarsawPoland Warsaw, Poland 1994 The Witcher series
CDV Software Entertainment Germany, BruchsalGermany Bruchsal, Germany 1989
Codemasters UK, WarwickshireUnited Kingdom Warwickshire, UK 1985 Overlord Also video game developer
Coleco USA United States USA 1932 Console developer (ColecoVision and Telstar) and game developer. Revived in 2005, after being defunct since 1988.
Color Dreams USA United States USA 1988 Console developer Conaco and Sega Saturn as Sega Studio USA from 2001
Conspiracy Entertainment USA CaliforniaUnited States Santa Monica, California, USA 1997 Also video game developer
Crave Entertainment USA, CaliforniaUnited States Newport Beach, California, USA 1997
Culture Brain Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1980
Crystal Dynamics USA, CaliforniaUnited States Redwood City, California, USA 1992 Also video game developer, (Acquired by Eidos Interactive)
Cyberdreams UK, LiverpoolUnited Kingdom Liverpool, England, UK 2007 Also video game developer, successor of Ultrasoft
D3 Publisher Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1996
Data East Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1976
Deep Silver UK, EnglandGermany Munich, Bayern, Germany 2002 (under Koch Media)
Destineer USA, MinnesotaUnited States Minnesota, USA 2000 Also video game developer
Disney Interactive Studios USA, CaliforniaUnited States Glendale, California, USA 1988
DreamCatcher Games Canada, TorontoCanada Toronto, Canada 1996 (Acquired by JoWooD Productions)
Dtp entertainment GermanyGermany Hamburg, Germany 1995
Eidos Interactive UK, EnglandUnited Kingdom London, England, UK 1990 Tomb Raider
Hitman
Thief
Also video game developer, (Acquired by SCi Entertainment then by Square Enix, now a brand for its developers for the company, also Square Enix will publish future Eidos games starting in 2010)
Electronic Arts USA, Redwood CityUnited States Redwood City, California, USA 1982 Battlefield
Medal of Honor
The Sims
Also video game developer
Enix Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1975 Dragon Warrior (Merged with Square as Square Enix)
Epyx USA, ChappaquaUnited States Chappaqua, New York, USA 1978 Dunjonquest series
Crush, Crumble and Chomp!
Various Olympics-themed games
Also video game developer
FASA USA, ???United States USA 1980
First Star Software USA, ChappaquaUnited States Chappaqua, New York, USA 1982 Also video game developer
Feral Interactive UK, EnglandUnited Kingdom London, England, UK 1999 Publishes Macintosh games
Fox Interactive USA, CaliforniaUnited States Los Angeles, California, USA 1982 Croc
Die Hard Trilogy
Also video game developer, (Acquired by Activision Blizzard)
Fresh Games UK, LondonUnited Kingdom London, England, UK 2002 (Publishing label for Eidos Interactive)
Fujisankei Communications International USA, New YorkUnited States New York, New York, USA 1986
Funcom Norway, OsloNorway Oslo, Norway 1993 Age of Conan Also video game developer
Gamecock USA, TexasUnited States Austin, Texas, USA 2007 (Acquired by SouthPeak Interactive)
GAMÉRICA Brazil, Sao PauloBrazil Sao Paulo, Brazil 2011
Ghostlight UK, BraintreeUnited Kingdom Braintree, Essex, UK 2004
Global Star SoftwareGlobal Star Software 1992 (Publishing label of Take-Two Interactive, name retired)
GOD Games USA, TexasUnited States Texas, USA 1988 Tropico
Stronghold
(Acquired by Take-Two Interactive, name retired)
Got Game Entertainment USA, ConnecticutUnited States Weston, Connecticut, USA ARMA 2
Gogii Games Canada, New BrunswickCanada Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada 2006 Also a video game developer
Gremlin Interactive UK, EnglandUnited Kingdom Sheffield, England, UK 1984 (Acquired by Atari, SA née Infogrames, name retired)
GT Interactive USA, New YorkUnited States New York, USA 1993 Blood (Acquired by Atari, SA née Infogrames)
Gust Corporation Japan, NaganoJapan Nagano, Japan 1993 Also video game developer
Hasbro Interactive USA, CaliforniaUnited States California, United States
United States North Carolina, United States
1995 Monopoly
RISK
RollerCoaster Tycoon
Assets acquired by Atari, SA née Infogrames in 2000, no staff retained
Her Interactive USA, WashingtonUnited States Bellevue, Washington, United States 1995 Nancy Drew Also video game developer
Hi Tech Expressions USA United States United States 1988
Hot B 1983
Hudson Soft Japan, TokyoJapan Minato, Tokyo, Japan 1973 Bomberman
Bonk
Adventure Island
Also video game developer, (Acquired by Konami)
Iceberg Interactive The Netherlands, HaarlemNetherlands Haarlem, The Netherlands 2009 Killing Floor
APB: Reloaded
Endless Space
StarDrive
Ignition Entertainment UK, EnglandUnited Kingdom Essex, England, UK 2002 Acquired by The Walt Disney Company
Imagic USA, CaliforniaUnited States California, United States 1981 Also video game developer, games for Atari 2600 and other early consoles
indiePub Entertainment USA, CincinnatiUnited States Cincinnati, Ohio, USA 2008
Infinite Game Publishing Canada, MontrealCanada Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2011 MechWarrior Online
MechWarrior Tactics
Sins of a Dark Age
Infocom USA, MassachusettsUnited States Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA 1979 Zork series (Acquired by Activision, name retired)
Infogrames France, LyonFrance Lyon, France, France 1983 (Renamed Atari, SA)
Inscape USA, CaliforniaUnited States Los Angeles, USA 1994 Bad Day on the Midway
Drowned God
Acquired by Graphix Zone in early 1997, which ceased operations in November 1997.
Interceptor Micros EuropeWestern Europe early 1980s Also video game developer
Interplay Entertainment USA, CaliforniaUnited States Beverly Hills, California, USA 1983 Fallout
Descent
Also video game developer, (acquired by Titus Interactive, closed and reopened as an independent publisher)
inXile Entertainment USA, CaliforniaUnited States Newport Beach, California, USA 2002 Also video game developer
Irem Japan, Hakusan, IshikawaJapan Hakusan, Ishikawa, Japan 1974 Also video game developer, dissolved video game subsidiary 2011
Jaleco Japan Japan Japan 1974 Also video game developer
JoWooD Productions Austria, LiezenAustria Liezen, Austria 1995 owned by Nordic Games GmbH
K2 Network (Gamersfirst) USA, CaliforniaUnited States Irvine, California, USA 2001 War Rock
Sword 2
APB: Reloaded
Knight Online
Fallen Earth
merged with Reloaded Games
Kaneko Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1980
Kemco Japan Japan Japan 1984 Top Gear Also video game developer
Koch Media Germany Germany Germany 1994 Dead Island
Koei Japan, Ashikaga, TochigiJapan Ashikaga, Tochigi, Japan 1976 Dynasty Warriors Also video game developer, (merged into Tecmo Koei)
Koei Tecmo Japan, NovatoJapan Japan 2009 Changed name from Tecmo Koei. June 2014
Konami Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1969 Castlevania
Metal Gear
Contra
Silent Hill
Legacy Interactive USA, CaliforniaUnited States Hollywood, California, USA 1998 Also video game developer
Linux Game Publishing UK, NottinghamUnited Kingdom Nottingham, England, UK 2001
LJN USA, New YorkUnited States New York, USA 1970 (Acquired by Acclaim Entertainment)
Loki Software USA, TustinUnited States Tustin, California, USA 1998
LucasArts USA, NovatoUnited States San Francisco, California, USA 1982 Monkey Island
Maniac Mansion
Indiana Jones
Star Wars
Acquired by The Walt Disney Company (originally Lucasfilm Games LLC)
Marvelous AQL Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 2000 Also video game developer
Mastiff Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 2002 Also video game developer
Matrix Games USA, New YorkUnited States Staten Island, New York, USA 2001 Distant Worlds
War in the Pacific
Mattel Interactive USA, El SegundoUnited States El Segundo, California, USA 1986
Maximum Games USA, CaliforniaUnited States Walnut Creek, California, USA 2009 Deer Drive Legends
JASF: Jane's Advanced Strike Fighters
Worms Collection
Formerly Maximum Family Games
Maxis USA, California, EmeryvilleUnited States Emeryville, California, USA 1987 SimCity series
The Sims series
Spore
Acquired by Electronic Arts, exists as a brand name
Meldac Japan Japan Japan 1990
Microïds France France France 1984 Also video game developer
MicroProse USA, MarylandUnited States Hunt Valley, Maryland, USA 1982 X-Com (Acquired by Hasbro Interactive, name retired)
Microsoft Game Studios USA, WashingtonUnited States Redmond, Washington, USA 2002 Halo
Age of Empires
Gears of War
Black & White
Published games under the Microsoft banner prior to 2002.
Midway Games USA, IllinoisUnited States Chicago, Illinois, USA 1988 Mortal Kombat
Spy Hunter
Also video game developer (Assets acquired by Warner Bros. Interactive and THQ)
Mindscape USA, NovatoUnited States Novato, California, USA 1980 (No longer publishes video games)
MTV Games USA, New YorkUnited States New York, USA Rock Band
Muse Software USA, MonroviaUnited States Monrovia, Maryland, USA 1978 Also video game developer
Namco Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1955 Tekken
Pac Man
Ace Combat
Time Crisis
Also video game developer, (merged with Bandai Games as Namco Bandai Games)
NCsoft South Korea, SeoulSouth Korea Seoul, South Korea 1997 Lineage
Guild Wars
Netdragon China, FuzhouChina Fuzhou, China 1997 Also video game developer
Netease China, GuangzhouChina Guangzhou, China 1997 Fantasy Westward Journey Also video game developer and online services company
New World Computing USA, CaliforniaUnited States Agoura Hills, California, United States 1984 Might and Magic
Heroes of Might and Magic
Also video game developer, (purchased by 3DO)
Nexon South Korea, SeoulSouth Korea Seoul, South Korea 1994 Maplestory Also video game developer
Nintendo Japan, KyotoJapan Kyoto, Japan 1889 Super Mario
Legend of Zelda
Metroid
Pokémon'
Also video game developer
Nippon Ichi Software Japan Japan Japan 1994 Also video game developer
Nihon Bussan Japan Japan Japan 1970 Crazy Climber
Terra Cresta
A.K.A. Nichibutsu
Nokia Finland, EspooFinland Espoo, Finland 1865
Nordic Games GmbH Austria Austria Austria 2011 Purchased Darksiders, Red Faction, and MX vs. ATV franchises from THQ
O3 Entertainment USA, Santa ClaraUnited States Santa Clara, California, USA
Ocean Software Manchester, EnglandUnited Kingdom Manchester, England 1984 Various licensed Commodore 64 and Amiga games Acquired by Infogrames
OnNet USA (GamesCampus) USA, CaliforniaUnited States San Jose, California, USA 2005 Shot Online
Legend of Edda
9Dragons
RF Online
Drift City
Asda 2
Ecol Tactics
MMO Free-to-play publisher, subsidiary of Daum Communications
Origin Systems USA, TexasUnited States Austin, Texas, USA 1983 Ultima
Wing Commander
Also video game developer, (acquired by Electronic Arts)
Oxygen Games UK, NorthamptonshireUnited Kingdom Northamptonshire, England, UK 2004 Also video game developer
Panesian Taiwan TaiwanTaiwan Republic of China ? AV-Pachi Slot, Bubble Bath Babes, Peek-A-Boo Poker Publisher of eroge for the Family Computer and NES
Paradox Interactive Sweden, StockholmSweden Stockholm, Sweden 1998 Also video game developer
Penguin Software USA, IllinoisUnited States Geneva, Illinois, USA 1978
Perfect World China, BeijingChina Beijing, China 2004 Perfect World
Jade Dynasty
Also video game developer, subsidiaries include Runic Games and Cryptic Studios.
Petroglyph Games US, Las VegasUnited States Las Vegas, Nevada, US 2003 End of Nations
Guardians of Graxia
Heroes of Graxia
Mytheon
Panzer General: Allied Assault
Panzer General: Russian Assault
Universe at War
Star Wars: Empire at War
Also video game developer.
Phantom EFX USA, IllinoisUnited States Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA Also video game developer
PlayFirst USA, San FranciscoUnited States San Francisco, California, USA 2004 Diner Dash
Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. The Netherlands, AmsterdamNetherlands The Netherlands, Amsterdam 2002
Playmates Toys USA, United States Costa Mesa, California, USA 1966 Earthworm Jim (SNES}
Play Ten Interactive Russia, MoscowRussia Moscow, Russia 2005 Acquired by Belver
PopCap Games USA, SeattleUnited States Seattle, Washington, United States 2000 Bejeweled
Plants vs. Zombies
Peggle
Zuma
Also video game developer, now owned by EA games
Programma International USA, Los AngelesUnited States Los Angeles, California, USA 1983 One of the first personal computer software publishers
Psygnosis UK, LiverpoolUnited Kingdom Liverpool, England, UK 1984 Discworld
Lemmings
Also video game developer
R2games Hong Kong, ChinaChina Hong Kong, China 2011
Red Storm Entertainment USA, CaryUnited States Cary, North Carolina, USA 1996 Rainbow Six Also video game developer, (Acquired by Ubisoft)
Rare UK, LeicestershireUnited Kingdom Leicestershire, England, UK 1982 GoldenEye 007
Banjo-Kazooie
Donkey Kong 64
Viva Piñata
Also video game developer under the name Rare, (Acquired by Microsoft Game Studios)
Renovation Products Acquired by Sega
RicByte USA, CaliforniaUnited States California, USA 2014
Riot Games USA, Santa MonicaUnited States Santa Monica, USA 2006 League of Legends Also video game developer (acquired by Tencent)
Rising Star Games UK, HitchinUnited Kingdom Hitchin, England, UK 2004
Rockstar Games USA, New YorkUnited States New York, New York, USA 1998 Max Payne
Grand Theft Auto
Manhunt
Midnight Club
Bully
Also video game developer, (currently a publishing label for Take-Two Interactive)
Sammy Studios Japan, MinatoJapan Minato, Japan 2004 (merged with Sega as Sega Sammy Holdings)
SCi Entertainment UK, LondonUnited Kingdom London, England, UK 1988 (Changed name to Eidos plc, acquired by Square Enix, name retired)
Sega Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1940 Sonic the Hedgehog
Virtua Fighter
Streets of Rage
Also video game developer, (merged with Sammy Studios as Sega Sammy Holdings)
Sega Sammy Holdings Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 2004 Yakuza
SETA Corporation Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1985
Shanda China, ShanghaiChina Shanghai, China 1999 The World of Legend
Shrapnel Games USA, CaryUnited States Cary, North Carolina, USA 1999
Sierra Entertainment USA, CaliforniaUnited States California, United States 1979 Gabriel Knight
King's Quest
Leisure Suit Larry
Police Quest
Quest for Glory
Space Quest
Also video game developer, (folded into Activision)
SNK Playmore Japan, OsakaJapan Osaka, Japan 1978 Ikari Warriors
Fatal Fury
World Heroes
Samurai Showdown
Art of Fighting
Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1993 Ratchet & Clank
Jak and Daxter
God of War
Killzone
Uncharted
Resistance
Sony Online Entertainment USA, CaliforniaUnited States California, USA 1995 DC Universe Online Also video game developer
Sony Pictures Digital 1997 Publisher of mobile phone games
SouthPeak Games USA, VirginiaUnited States Virginia, USA 1996 Two Worlds
Spectrum HoloByte USA, CaliforniaUnited States Alameda, California, USA 1983 Also video game developer, (acquired by Hasbro Interactive)
Square Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1983 Final Fantasy Also video game developer, (merged with Enix to create Square Enix)
Square Electronic Arts USA, CaliforniaUnited States Costa Mesa, California, USA 1998 Parasite Eve Owned by Square and Electronic Arts. Folded back into Square and changed to Square Enix.
Square Enix Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 2003 Dragon Quest
Stardock USA, MichiganUnited States Livonia, Michigan, USA 1991 Sins of a Solar Empire
Galactic Civilizations
Also video game developer
Strategic Simulations ("SSI") USA, CaliforniaUnited States Sunnyvale, California, United States 1979 Also video game developer, (acquired by Ubisoft, name retired)
Strategy First Canada, QuebecCanada Montreal, Quebec, Canada 1988 Europa Universalis
Success Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1978 Also video game developer
Sunsoft Japan, AichiJapan Aichi, Japan 1981 Aero the Acro-Bat (Closed U.S. Offices, operates out of Japan)
Taito Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1953 Bubble Bobble Also video game developer, (acquired by Square Enix)
Takara Japan Japan Japan 1955 (Merged with Tomy to form Takara Tomy in March 2006)
Takara Tomy Japan, KatsushikaJapan Katsushika, Japan 2006
Take-Two Interactive USA, New YorkUnited States New York, New York, USA 1993 Also video game developer
TalonSoft USA, MarylandUnited States Baltimore, Maryland, USA 2005 Also video game developer, (acquired by Take-Two Interactive, name retired)
Taxan Japan Japan Japan 1981 (No longer publishes video games)
Technos Japan Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 1981 Also video game developer, (assets acquired by Atlus)
TecMagik Also video game developer
Tecmo Japan Japan Japan 1967 Ninja Gaiden
Tecmo Bowl
Dead or Alive
(merged into Tecmo Koei)
Telltale Games USA, CaliforniaUnited States San Rafael, California,USA 2004
Tencent China, ShenzhenChina Shenzhen, China 1998 Also video game developer and online services company, has a minority stake in Epic Games and owns Riot Games as a subsidiary
The9 China, ShanghaiChina Shanghai, China 1999 Regional publisher for World of Warcraft in China
The Learning Company USA, San FranciscoUnited States San Francisco, California,USA 1980 Merged with Mattel Interactive, no longer publishes video games
THQ USA, Agoura HillsUnited States Agoura Hills, California, USA 1989 Red Faction
Saint's Row
Tak and the Power of Juju
Destroy All Humans
Also video game developer
Titus Interactive France France France
Tomy Japan, TokyoJapan Tokyo, Japan 2006 (Merged with Takara to form Takara Tomy in March 2006)
TopWare Interactive USA, ParadiseUnited States Paradise, Nevada, USA 1995 Also video game developer, acquired by Zuxxez Entertainment
Tradewest USA, CorsicanaUnited States Corsicana, Texas, USA 1986 Acquired by Midway Games, name retired
Triffix Entertainment Canada, MontrealCanada Montreal, Canada ? Castelian
Dream TV
Space Football: One on One
?
TT Games UK, MaidenheadUnited Kingdom Maidenhead, England, UK 2005 Also video game developer, (merger of Giant Interactive and Traveller's Tales) (Acquired by Warner Bros. Interactive)
Ubisoft France, Montreuil-sous-BoisFrance Montreuil-sous-Bois, France 1986 Rayman
Assassin's Creed
Far Cry
Ghost Recon
Splinter Cell
Also video game developer
Ultra Games USA, Buffalo GroveUnited States Buffalo Grove, Illinois, USA 1988 (Publishing label for Konami, name retired)
U.S. Gold UK, BirminghamUnited Kingdom Birmingham, England, UK 1984 Also video game developer, (acquired by Eidos Interactive)
Valve Corporation USA, BellevueUnited States Bellevue, Washington, USA 1996 Half-Life series
Counter Strike Series
Portal series
Left 4 Dead series
Dota 2
Also video game developer
Vic Tokai Japan, ShizuokaJapan Shizuoka, Japan 1977
Vivendi Games France, ParisFrance Paris, France 1993 Merged with Activision to form Activision Blizzard in 2008
Wargaming.net Cyprus, NicosiaCyprus Nicosia, Cyprus 1998 World of Tanks
World of Warplanes
World of Warships
Also video game developer
Warner Bros. Interactive USA, BurbankUnited States Burbank, California, USA 1993 F.E.A.R. 2
Overlord
Webzen South Korea, SeoulSouth Korea Seoul, South Korea 2000 Also video game developer
Wisdom Tree Arizona, TucsonUnited States Tucson, Arizona, USA 1989 Known for Christian Themed games
Working Designs USA, ReddingUnited States Redding, California, USA 1986 Lunar Specialized in the localization of Japan-native RPGs
Xicat Interactive Germany Germany Germany
XSEED Games USA, TorranceUnited States Torrance, California, USA 2005
XS Games USA, New YorkUnited States New York, New York, USA
Yuisy Argentina, Buenos AiresArgentina Buenos Aires, Argentina 2010 Mundo Gaturro Also video game developer, also known as QB9 Entertainment
ZeniMax Media USA United States USA 1999 Elder Scrolls
Zuxxez Entertainment Germany, ???Germany Karlsruhe, Germany 2001 Renamed TopWare Interactive Also video game developer
Zushi Games UK, SheffieldUnited Kingdom Sheffield, England, UK 1999
Zynga USA, San FranciscoUnited States San Francisco, California 2007 FarmVille
Mafia Wars
Numerous other social network games

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