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Climax Entertainment (株式会社クライマックス Kabushiki Gaisha Kuraimakkusu) was a Japanese video game development company. It was a small company, with just 20 staff in 1996. Climax got its start during the 16-bit era, primarily developing games for the Sega Genesis console. During the 32-bit era, some members of the team left to create Matrix Software.
By 2014 to 2015, without any official announcement, Climax was closed due to financial issues.
- Shining in the Darkness (with Camelot Software Planning) (Sega Genesis)
- Shining Force (with Camelot Software Planning) (Sega Genesis)
- Landstalker (Sega Genesis)
- Lady Stalker (Super Famicom)
- Dark Savior (Sega Saturn)
- Felony 11-79 (PlayStation)
- Time Stalkers (Dreamcast)
- Runabout 2 (PlayStation)
- Virtua Athlete 2K (with Camelot Software Planning) (Dreamcast)
- Super Runabout: San Francisco Edition (Dreamcast)
- Runabout 3: Neo-Age (PlayStation 2)
- Kingdom of Paradise (PlayStation Portable)
- Tenchi no Mon 2: Busouden (PlayStation Portable)
- Ore no Dungeon (PlayStation Portable)
- Steal Princess (Nintendo DS)
- Dinosaur King (Nintendo DS)
- Hottarake no Shima: Kanata to Nijiiro no Kagami [Oblivion Island: Kanata and the Rainbow Mirror] (Nintendo DS)
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-10-04. Retrieved 2012-04-27.
- "NG Alphas: Dark Savior". Next Generation. No. 23. Imagine Media. November 1996. p. 121.
- GameSpy: Matrix Software (Japan) Company Profile
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