Shoeisha

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Shoeisha Co., Ltd.
Industry Video games, Publishing
Founded 1986
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people
Mikio Sasaki (Chairman of the Board)
Revenue 50 million yen
Number of employees
95 (March 31, 2006)
Website Shoeisha Co., Ltd.Homepage

Shoeisha Co., Ltd., sometime abbreviated SE, is a computer software publisher specializing in computer books. They have more than 1,000 publications, including programming books and application tutorials.

Formerly, Shoeisha produced titles for various video game consoles, including PlayStation, Dreamcast, and Sega Saturn. 23 titles were produced 1995 through 2001.

Video Game Releases[edit]

Title Year System
BreakThru! 1995 PlayStation, Sega Saturn
That's Pon! 1995 PlayStation
Building Crush! 1996 PlayStation
Grille Logic 1996 PlayStation
Tsuukai!! Slot Shooting 1996 PlayStation
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire 1996 PlayStation, Sega Saturn
Bishoujo Variety Game: Rapyulus Panic 1996 Sega Saturn
Tsuukai!! Slot Shooting 1996 Sega Saturn
Ayakashi Ninden Kunoichiban 1997 PlayStation
Project GaiaRay 1997 PlayStation
Panerutia Story: Karen no Daibouken 1997 Sega Saturn
Wara² Wars (ワラワラウォーズ 激闘!大軍団バトル) 1997 Sega Saturn
Bouken Katsugeki Monomono 1997 Sega Saturn
Misaki-Aggressive! 1998 PlayStation
Seirishouken: Princess of Darkness 1998 PlayStation
Ayakashi Ninden Kunoichiban 1998 Sega Saturn
Alef's BladeMaker 1999 PlayStation
Dekiru! Game Center 1999 PlayStation
Koyasai: A Sherd of Youthful Memories 1999 PlayStation
Gensou no Artemis: Actress School Mystery Adventure 2000 PlayStation
Macross M3 2001 Dreamcast

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