Red Entertainment

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Red Entertainment
Industry Content planning and producing game software, animation, etc.
Founded 1976 (as the Red Company)
December 4, 2000 (as Red Entertainment)
Headquarters Suitengu Hokushin Bldg. 1-39-5, Nihonbashi-kakigaracho, Chūō, Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Ohji Hiroi
Products See product listing.
Revenue ¥105,969,632 (capital)
Website Red Entertainment Homepage (English)

Red Entertainment (株式会社レッド・エンタテインメント Kabushiki-gaisha Reddo Entateinmento?) is a video game developer and publisher based in Japan. Formerly known as the Red Company (レッドカンパニー Reddo Kanpanī?) since its foundation in 1976 (it did not start its business until 1985), it was reorganized under its current moniker on December 4, 2000. While Red Company as a public corporation dates back to the mid-1980s, the first title released under the Red Entertainment brand was Gungrave on July 17, 2002. The name "RED" comes from "Royal Emperor Dragon".[1] In 2011, the company was acquired by Chinese game developer UltiZen Games Limited.[2]

Partial game list[edit]

NEC Consoles[edit]


Nintendo Consoles/Handhelds[edit]

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[edit]

Nintendo GameCube[edit]


Nintendo DS[edit]

Nintendo 3DS[edit]

Sony PlayStation Consoles[edit]


PlayStation 2[edit]

PlayStation Portable[edit]

PlayStation 3[edit]

Microsoft Consoles[edit]


Xbox 360[edit]

Sega Consoles[edit]


Sega 32X[edit]

Sega Game Gear[edit]

Sega Saturn[edit]


  • Sakura Taisen 3 ~Pari wa Moeteiru ka~
  • Sakura Taisen 4 ~Koi Seyo, Otome~


Non-game productions[edit]

Aside from game productions, Red Entertainment also produced other things.


  1. ^ 「REDってなぁに?」『アニメージュ』1990年1月号、徳間書店、p.36.
  2. ^ 2011-03-11, UltiZen Games Acquires Red Entertainment, PR Newswire Asia

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