Nex Entertainment

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Nex Entertainment
Founded: 1992-09-28 (as Emarg)
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Nex Entertainment (ネクスエンタテインメント) is a game development studio founded in 1992 primarily as Emarg. They developed games under contract for various companies, such as Sega, Takara, Capcom, and Namco. They changed name to Nextech (ネクステック) by March 1994, around the time they purchased Gau Entertainment. In August 1997, Sega acquired the studio as a wholly-owned subsidiary, though they continued to contract to other companies. They took their current name in July 2005, and Sega spun them out back to independence in November.



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