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|Industry||Video game industry|
|Founded||July 1, 2003|
1-2-3 Nakane, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan
|Yoshiki Okamoto, President and CEO
Shinichiro Kajitani, Executive Vice President
Game Republic Inc. (株式会社ゲームリパブリック Kabushiki-gaisha Gēmu-Ripaburikku?) was an independent video game developer based in Tokyo, Japan. The company, which employed just under 300 individuals before its closure, was founded on July 1, 2003 by Yoshiki Okamoto after he departed from successful Japanese game developer and publisher Capcom. Okamoto is seen as somewhat of a luminary in the Japanese video game industry. He began working at rival game developer and publisher Konami in the 1980s, and was responsible for such arcade classics as Gyruss and Time Pilot. He then moved to Capcom, where he worked on many extremely successful franchises, such as 1942, Resident Evil and especially Street Fighter II, a series Okamoto is considered to be the father of.
While Game Republic was a completely independent developer able to produce titles for any publisher and/or platform they desire, during the company's early years it had enjoyed a close relationship with Sony, with many of their early titles funded by and produced in conjunction with the publisher.
In June 2011 reports surfaced of Game Republic shutting down its website and vacating its offices.
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