|Industry||Video game industry|
|Founded||June 9, 2005|
|Defunct||May 13, 2015|
|Ryoei Mikage, Founder/Owner
Kazuya Niinou, Senior Director
Hiroyuki Kanemaru, Director
|Products||Luminous Arc (series)
7th Dragon (series)
Number of employees
|Over 120 (as of Jan. 2009)|
Imageepoch Inc. (イメージエポック Imējiepokku?) was a Japanese video game developer based out of Tokyo, Japan. The company was founded in June 2005 by Ryoei Mikage. Imageepoch's first release was the turn-based strategy RPG on Nintendo DS, Luminous Arc. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2015, due to its declining sales and debt.
In April 2015, Gematsu reported that Idea Factory's Yoshiteru Sato shared that he was unable to reach Mikage privately and confirming that the Imageepoch CEO had gone missing. In the same article, Ryoei Mikage's Twitter account was noted as being inactive publicly for months. The following month, Imageepoch was confirmed to have gone bankrupt.
- Luminous Arc (2007)
- Luminous Arc 2 (2008)
- Sands of Destruction (2008)
- 7th Dragon (2009)
- Luminous Arc 3 (2009)
- Arc Rise Fantasia (2009)
- SoniPro (2014)
- Toshin Toshi Girls Gift RPG (2014)
- Yoshi's New Island (2014, with Arzest)
- Stella Glow (2015)
- Last Ranker (2010)
- Fate/Extra (2010)
- Criminal Girls (2010)
- Tale of the Last Promise (2011)
- Black Rock Shooter: The Game (2011)
- 7th Dragon 2020 (2011)
- Sol Trigger (2012)
- Fate/Extra CCC (2013)
- 7th Dragon 2020-II (2013)
- Criminal Girls Invitation (2013)
- Carless, Simon (2009-01-27). "GameSetWatch Interview: Mikage On Imageepoch's Speedy Growth, Console Plans". GameSetWatch. Retrieved 2013-03-10.
- . Teikoku News Online http://www.tdb.co.jp/tosan/syosai/4047.html. Missing or empty
- Tanaka, John (August 5, 2009). "Luminous Arc 3 Announced". IGN.com. Retrieved 2009-08-05.
- "Imageepoch's Stella Glow RPG Headed to the Americas". Anime News Network. March 31, 2015. Retrieved June 29, 2015.
- Spencer (September 15, 2009). "Capcom And Imageepoch Link Up For A Tournament Fighting RPG". Siliconera.com. Retrieved 2009-09-16.
- Baker (August 20, 2010). "Work Release Program - Criminal Girls for PSP". www.rpgamer.com. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
- Brian Ashcraft. "Black Rock Shooter Ready To Shoot Up The PSP". Kotaku.
- Spencer (September 5, 2011). "Sol Trigger’s Story Is About Freedom Fighters [Update]". www.siliconera.com. Retrieved 2012-03-07.
- Spencer (September 5, 2011). "Fate/Extra CCC Destined For PSP This Spring [Update]". www.siliconera.com. Retrieved 2011-09-07.
- Official website—(Japanese)
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