|Video game developer and publisher|
|Industry||Video game industry|
|Headquarters||Sunnyvale, California, United States|
Agetec Inc. ("ASCII Game Entertainment Technology") was an American video game publishing company that is best known for bringing Japanese titles to the United States. The company was formed through ASCII Corporation spinning off their American distribution subsidiary as an independent corporation in 1998, and later became a standalone publisher one year later.
Notable games published by Agetec include R-Type Delta, Armored Core series, and the King's Field series, as well as the "designer series" of RPG Maker and Fighter Maker. Other notable games published by them include Magic Pengel and Cookie & Cream and their best selling fishing titles Bass Landing and Fisherman's Bass Club, plus Disaster Report and its sequel, Raw Danger. Most recently they had developed Cookie & Cream with FromSoftware and published it in the United States. As of May 2018, many of the Agetec games that were formatted for the Nintendo ports were delisted or removed from the Nintendo eShop in North America.
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