Bandai

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Bandai
Founded: 1950-07-05[1]
T-series code: T-133
Merged with: Namco (2005)
Headquarters:
Taitou-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Bandai Co. Ltd. (株式会社バンダイ) is a Tokyo-based toy-making company with 30 subsidiaries in 13 countries worldwide. It was founded in 1950 and is the world's third largest producer of toys.

Bandai had several game development/publishing divisions: Ma-Ba, Banpresto, Bandai Visual, Angel and B-Factory. All acted independently when making games for Sega platforms.

In January 1997, Sega announced a proposed merger with Bandai.[2] In late May 1997 the proposed merger collapsed. On September 29, 2005, Bandai acquired Namco and created Bandai Namco Holdings. On March 31, 2006, Namco became Bandai Namco Games and took over Bandai's video game operations.

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Pico

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