Sandlot (company)

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Sandlot is a Japanese video game developer that is known for its very unusual and inventive control and gameplay mechanics. The company was founded in March 2001 and is composed of former employees from Human Entertainment.[1][2]

Games[edit]

All Japanese releases unless otherwise stated.

PlayStation[edit]

  • 1999
Remote Control Dandy Published by Human Entertainment

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • 2001
Tekkōki Mikazuki trial edition Published by Media Factory
  • 2002
Gigantic Drive Published by Enix - Released in the US as Robot Alchemic Drive (R.A.D.)
  • 2003
Simple 2000 series Vol. 31 The Chikyuu Boueigun (Earth Defense Force) Published by D3 Publisher - it was released in Europe by Agetec as Monster Attack
  • 2004
Tetsujin 28-go Published by Bandai
  • 2005
Simple 2000 series Vol. 81: The Chikyuu Boueigun 2 (Earth Defense Force 2) Published by D3 Publisher - in 2007 it was released in Europe by Essential Games as Global Defence Force
Robot Control Dandy SF Published by Konami - sequel to the first game released on the Playstation

Nintendo DS[edit]

  • 2006
Chōsōjū Mecha MG Published by Nintendo

Xbox 360[edit]

  • 2006
Chikyuu Boueigun 3 (Earth Defense Force 3) Published by D3 Publisher - In 2007 it was released in the US and Europe as Earth Defense Force 2017

Wii[edit]

  • 2010
Zangeki no Reginleiv Published by Nintendo

PlayStation Portable[edit]

  • 2011
Chikyuu Boueigun 2 Portable Published by D3 Publisher

PlayStation Vita[edit]

  • 2012
Chikyuu Boueigun 3 Portable Published by D3 Publisher - Released January 2013 in the US and Europe as Earth Defense Force 2017 Portable

Xbox360 / PlayStation 3[edit]

  • 2013
Chikyuu Boueigun 4 Published by D3 Publisher - Released July 4, 2013 in Japan. It was also released in the USA on February 18, 2014 and on February 21, 2014 in Europe as Earth Defense Force 2025.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lafferty, Michael (2002-05-30). "R.A.D. pits giant robots in a clash for supremacy in a crowded urban setting". GameZone. Retrieved 2008-07-01. 
  2. ^ ferricide (December 5, 2006). "COLUMN: 'Roboto-chan!': An ode to Sandlot". GameSetWatch. Retrieved 2008-10-22. 

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