Gau Entertainment

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Gau Entertainment
Founded: 1992-09
Defunct: 1994-04[1][2]
Merged into: Nextech

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Gau Entertainment Co., Ltd. (有限会社ガウ・エンターテインメント) was a Japanese video game developer founded by former Wolf Team staff.[2]


Notable for producing only a single released game, the technically-impressive 1993 Sega Mega Drive action run and gun Ranger-X[2], Gau Entertainment also largely developed the 1994 action role-playing game Crusader of Centy. Since that title was published after Nextech's acquisition of the developer, the game was instead credited to that company.

In April 1994, Gau Entertainment was purchased by Japanese developer Nextech and formally merged into the company.[1][2]