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Tose (トーセ) is a Japanese video game company responsible for developing a large number of games under contract for other developers. They take great pride in refusing to acknowledge their work, under the notion that they are a "ninja developer" — leading those interested in finding out what they did to have to hunt down the truth themselves. They did go public on a number of occasions, primarily related to work with Nintendo on their The Legendary Starfy series.
- This list will be incomplete; the warning at the top of GDRI's Tose page applies.
- Dangerous Seed (for Namco; 1990) (according to GDRI)
- Sangokushi Retsuden: Ransei no Eiyuutachi (for Sega; 1991) (according to GDRI)
- Marvel Land (for Namco; 1991) (according to GDRI)
- Taiheiki (for Sega; 1991) (according to GDRI; andlabs note - appears to have the same engine as Sangokushi Retsuden)
- Dragon Ball Z: Buyuu Retsuden (for Bandai; 1994) (according to GDRI)
- Dragon Ball Z: Shinbutouden (for Bandai; 1995)
- Shinobi Legions (for Sega; 1995) (pictured in Tose Corporate Guide 2001)
- Dragon Ball Z Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu (for Bandai; 1996)
- Layer Section II (for Taito; 1997)
- TODO copy GDRI's list
- Saka Tsuku 2002: J.League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! (for Sega; 2002) (according to GDRI)
- The King of Route 66 (with Sega AM2; 2003) 
- Virtua Quest (for Sega; 2004) (according to GDRI)
- F355 Challenge (for Sega; ????) (according to GDRI)
- Shinsengumi Gunrouden (for Sega; ????) (according to GDRI, which cites this)
- Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episode II (porting; Shanghai studio; co-developed with Sega (Shanghai) Software) (for Sega; 2012) (directly credited)