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There is also a novel by this name, by Larry Niven. Can someone create a disambiguation page, please? I'm not sure how.Mzmadmike 04:25, 6 June 2007 (UTC)

Geist 2[edit]

It says on GameSpot that Geist 2 has been confirmed and will be release for both the Nintendo Wii, and for computer (PC, Mac, Linux).-- (talk) 16:35, 14 February 2009 (UTC)

Modern Warfare 2?[edit]

Does anyone have a source that talks about N-Space making the Ds version of Modern Wafare 2? I added a citation needed tag because I didn't see it.-- (talk) 05:37, 24 March 2009 (UTC)

ad-writers writing/updating this wikipedia article?[edit]

This article sounds suspiciously like ad-copy: "In 2011, n-Space announced their largest project yet: developing an all-new property from the ground-up, made exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS in cooperation with Square Enix. This property is Heroes of Ruin and was launched in June 2012." — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:51, 25 November 2012 (UTC)

Adding n-Space History section[edit]

I'd like to propose to add a History section to n-Space that includes the founders of the company and how they got started in the video game industry. Proposed text as follows:


n-Space founders Erick S. Dyke, Dan O’Leary, and Sean Purcell met while working at General Electric Aerospace (GE Aerospace, now part of Lockheed Martin) to create advanced military simulators. In 1991, GE Aerospace began to explore the possibility of using its 3D technology for commercial applications.[1] This led to a series of contracts with SEGA Enterprises for the development of the Model 1 and Model 2 arcade boards.[2] Dyke, O’Leary, and Purcell spent two months working with SEGA in Japan to complete the development of one of the first Model 2 arcade titles, Desert Tank where the trio worked with director Hiroshi Kataoka and the head of SEGA’s AM2 division Yu Suzuki. In 1994, Dyke, O’Leary, and Purcell founded n-Space with funding from Sony Computer Entertainment of America to develop games on newly launched Sony PlayStation console. n-Space launched their first video game in 1997 for PlayStation, Tiger Shark.[3]

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I would appreciate any edits and guidance before making this section public in the next 72 hours.


Perhaps the current company logo can be added to the article? (talk) 21:28, 25 August 2015 (UTC)