Climax Entertainment

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Climax Entertainment
Industry Video games
Founded April 1990 [1]
Defunct 2014-2015[2]
Headquarters Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Japan
Key people
Hiroshi Naito
Products Landstalker series

Climax Entertainment (株式会社クライマックス Kabushiki Gaisha Kuraimakkusu) is a Japanese video game development company. Climax got its start during the 16-bit era, primarily developing games for the Mega Drive console. During the 32-bit era, some members of the team left to create Matrix Software.[3]

By 2014 to 2015, without any official announcement, Climax was closed.[4]


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  3. ^ GameSpy: Matrix Software (Japan) Company Profile
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