|Headquarters||Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Key people||Lee Sang-Min (President)|
Mega Enterprise (Korean: 메가엔터프라이즈) or also MEGA, was a South Korean company that specialised in developing video games. Mega Enterprise was best known for having developed two only Arcade games: Pull Trigger (released in 2003), and Metal Slug 4 for the Neo Geo after the original developer, SNK, went bankrupt.
In South Korea, Mega also published PC and PS2 games from companies like Activision (for the first), and SNK Playmore (instead for the second). It is also developing the upcoming Metal Slug Online game for PC.
Games published by MEGA
All games listed for each platform are published only in South Korea.
- Metal Slug 4 (2002)
- The King of Fighters 2003 (2003)
- Metal Slug 5 (2003)
- Power Instinct Matrimelee (2003)
- Pull Trigger (2003)
- SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos (2003)
- Time Crisis 3 (2003)
- Tekken 5 (2004)
- Fu-un Shinsengumi (2004)
- Kaidō Battle 2: Chain Reaction (2004)
- Kengo 3 (2004)
- KOF: Maximum Impact (2004)
- SNK vs. Capcom: SVC Chaos (2004)
- Starsky & Hutch (2004)
- Fu-un Bakumatsu-den (2005)
- The King of Fighters 2002/2003 (2005)
- KongKong Online
- TOOJI Online
- MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd. - Company Profile
- Pull Trigger - Videogame by MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
- Arcade Game - MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
- PC Games - MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
- Zwei - Play-Asia
- Console Game - MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
- Mobile Game - MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
- Online Game - MEGA Enterprise Co., Ltd.
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