Crafts & Meister

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Crafts & Meister Co., Ltd.
Native name
株式会社クラフト&マイスター
Kabushiki gaisha Kurafuto & Meisutā
Kabushiki gaisha
Industry Video game industry
Founded June 1, 2004
Headquarters Osaka, Japan
Key people
Katsuhiro Sudo (CEO)
Noritaka Funamizu
Number of employees
31 (as of September 2016)
Website www.crafts-meister.co.jp/pc/home.html

Crafts & Meister (株式会社クラフト&マイスター, Kabushiki gaisha Kurafuto & Meisutā) is a Japanese video game developer. The studio was formed in 2004 when former Capcom employees Noritaka Funamizu (ex-general manager of Capcom's Production Studio 1) and Katsuhiro Sudo (producer) left the company.[1] At its start, the company had 8 employees.[2]

List of Crafts & Meister's games[edit]

Year Title Platform(s) Publisher
2005 Super Dragon Ball Z Arcade, PlayStation 2 Bandai
2006 Mobile Suit Gundam - Quiz Monsenshi DX PlayStation Portable Banpresto
2006 Mizuiro Blood Nintendo DS Namco Bandai Games
2008 Code Geass: Lost Colors PlayStation Portable Namco Bandai Games
2010 Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Fullmetal Alchemist - Yakusoku no Hi e PlayStation Portable Namco Bandai Games
2011 Star Driver: Kagayaki no Takuto - Ginga Bishōnen Densetsu PlayStation Portable Namco Bandai Games
2011 Earth Seeker[3] Wii Kadokawa Games
2013 Gundam Breaker PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita Bandai Namco Games
2013 Mushibugyo Nintendo 3DS Bandai Namco Games
2014 CV: Casting Voice PlayStation 3 Bandai Namco Games
2014 Freshness Zombies iOS DeNA
2014 Gundam Breaker 2 PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita Bandai Namco Games
2014 Simple DL Vol. 37: The Kyojin Hashi Nintendo 3DS D3 Publisher
2015 Mootto Oshioki: Punching Girl!!! Android Crafts & Meister
2016 Gundam Breaker 3 PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita Bandai Namco Entertainment
2018 New Gundam Breaker[4] PlayStation 4 Bandai Namco Entertainment

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Monster Hunter Producer Leaving Capcom". 1UP.com. 23 June 2004. Archived from the original on 17 October 2018.
  2. ^ Staff, Gamespot (2004-09-28). "Street Fighter producer forms new studio". GameSpot. Archived from the original on 2018-07-08. Retrieved 2018-10-17.
  3. ^ Gifford, Kevin. "Earth Seeker Announced". 1up. Archived from the original on 2012-10-19.
  4. ^ "NEW GUNDAM BREAKER | BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe". en.bandainamcoent.eu. Archived from the original on 2018-06-26. Retrieved 2018-10-17.

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