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Noise Factory Co., Ltd.
TypePrivate
FoundedJanuary 28, 1998 (January 28, 1998)
DefunctMarch 31, 2017 (March 31, 2017)
HeadquartersOsaka, Japan
Key people
Keiko Iijuu (Representative director)
ProductsVideo games
Graphical applications
Websitewww.noise.co.jp

Noise Factory Co., Ltd.[a] was a Japanese video game developer and publisher based out of Osaka. It was one of the developer companies of SNK, established by former Atlus staff members who previously worked on Princess Crown for Sega Saturn.[1] Its more known games were Gaia Crusaders, Sengoku 3 and the new games of Rage of the Dragons & Power Instinct (having the rights of Evoga & Atlus to continue developing the series).

Software

Video games

Year Title Publisher Genre Platform(s)
1999 Gaia Crusaders Noise Factory Beat 'em up Arcade
1999 Dark Arms: Beast Busters SNK Action role-playing game Neo Geo Pocket Color
2000 Metal Slug 3 (music development) SNK Run and gun Arcade
2001 Sengoku 3 SNK Beat 'em up Arcade
2002 Metal Slug 4 (along with Mega Enterprise) Playmore Run and gun Arcade
2002 Rage of the Dragons (designed by Evoga) Playmore Fighting game Arcade
2003 Matrimelee Atlus, Playmore Fighting game Arcade
2003 Metal Slug 5 (along with Mega Enterprise and SNK Playmore) SNK Playmore Run and gun Arcade
2004 KOF: Maximum Impact SNK, Ignition Entertainment Fighting game PlayStation 2
2004 Metal Slug Advance SNK Run and gun Game Boy Advance
2006 Shin Gouketsuji Ichizoku: Bonnou no Kaihou Excite Fighting game PlayStation 2
2007 Ontamarama Atlus Rhythm game Nintendo DS
2007 Moesta: Moeru Toudai Eigojuku Mirai Shounen Educational game Nintendo DS
2009 Shin Gouketsuji Ichizoku: Matsuri Senzo Kuyou Atlus Fighting game Arcade
2009 Doala de Wii Tera Box Sports Nintendo Wii

Others

Notes

  1. ^ Japanese: 株式会社ノイズファクトリー, Hepburn: Kabushiki-gashia Noizu Fakutorī

References

  1. ^ TAITAI (21 May 2013). "ヴァニラウェアは命がけでゲームを作る会社――クリエイター神谷盛治氏・ロングインタビュー". 4Gamer.net (in Japanese). Aetas Inc. Archived from the original on 2016-02-20. Retrieved 2020-10-25.