Tamsoft

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Tamsoft Corporation
Kabushiki gaisha
IndustryVideo games
Founded26 June 1992 (1992-06-26)
Headquarters,
Japan
Area served
Japan
Key people
Oota Toshiaki (President)
ProductsSenran Kagura series
Oneechanbara series
Number of employees
60[1]
Websitehttp://www.tamsoft.co.jp

Tamsoft Corporation (株式会社タムソフト, Kabushiki Gaisha Tamu Sofuto) is a Japanese video game developer, founded on 26 June 1992.

Some of their most popular games were released for Sony's PlayStation console, including the Battle Arena Toshinden series, early Choro Q games and Guardian's Crusade. Tamsoft has also worked on the PlayStation 2 port of Sega's Virtua Tennis 2 and Itadaki Street 3 for Enix, as well as several games in D3 Publisher's Simple 2000 series. Some other famous series are Dream Club, OneeChanbara and Senran Kagura.

List of Tamsoft games[edit]

PlayStation[edit]

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Simple 1500 Series[edit]

PlayStation 2[edit]

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Simple 2000 Series[edit]

PlayStation Portable[edit]

Full Price[edit]

Simple 2500 Portable!! Series[edit]

  • Simple 2500 Portable!! Series Vol. 5: The Block Kuzushi Quest ~DragonKingdom~
  • Simple 2500 Portable!! Series Vol. 12: The Hohei 2: Senyuu yo, Sakini Ike
  • Simple 2500 Portable!! Series Vol. 13: The Akuma Hunters - Exorsister

Xbox 360[edit]

Wii[edit]

Game Boy Color[edit]

Nintendo DS[edit]

Full Price[edit]

Simple DS Series[edit]

  • Simple DS Series Vol. 20: The Senkan
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 21: The Hohei
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 22: The AgeAge Zeroyon Midnight
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 29: The Sports Daishuugou
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 34: The Haishasan
  • Simple DS Series Vol. 39: The Shouboutai

PlayStation 3[edit]

Nintendo 3DS[edit]

PlayStation Vita[edit]

Full price[edit]

Simple V Series[edit]

  • Simple V Series Vol. 1: The Docodemo Gal Mahjong
  • Simple V Series Vol. 2: The Tōsō Highway Fullboost: Nagoya–Tokyo Gekisō 4-jikan

PlayStation 4[edit]

PC[edit]

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