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Produce
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EstablishedApril 6, 1990
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Produce is a Japanese video game company. Founded on April 6, 1990 by former Irem employees, it developed a number of games for both Enix and Hudson Soft. They have created games for the SNES, Nintendo 64, PlayStation, and PC Engine systems.

Games[edit]

Default sorting is by release year.

Title Year Consolle Regions Notes
R-Type 1987 SMS, GB, C64, TG16,
AMI, MSX, X68, CPC, ST
JP, US, EU Planning only
Image Fight 1990 NES, X68, TG16, FMT JP, US(NES) Planning only
Aldynes: The Mission Code for Rage Crisis 1991 TG16 JP
Super Adventure Island 1992 SNES JP, US, EU
The 7th Saga 1993 SNES JP, US Category:Mystic Ark
Super Bomberman 1993 SNES JP, US, EU
Super Bomberman 2 1994 SNES JP, US, EU
Brain Lord 1994 SNES JP, US Category:Mystic Ark
Mystic Ark 1995 SNES JP Category:Mystic Ark
Super Bomberman 4 1996 SNES JP
Kaijuu Senki 1996 PS1 JP
Dual Heroes 1997 N64 JP, US, EU
Paca Paca Passion 1998 Arcade JP
Paca Paca Passion 2 1999 Arcade JP
Paca Paca Passion Special 1999 Arcade JP
Googootrops 1999 PS1 JP
Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijou 1999 PS1 JP Category:Mystic Ark
Kaikan Phrase: Datenshi Kourin 2000 PS1 JP

Enix releases[edit]

Links between the RPGs by Produce & Enix

Produce & Enix made four games, that have many points in common:

  1. The 7th Saga (originally Elnard), is the first game made by Produce & Enix together, where the heroes' trainer is named Lemele (Remeer in Japanese); somehow it is a prequel to Brain Lord (no spoilers here).
  2. Brain Lord has a different gameplay from the other two games; anyway, it shares many plot elements with them, including the name of some characters;
  3. Mystic Ark is the third game made by Enix and Produce. It mutuated the turn-based combat system and the party system from Elnard, while it inherited the emphasis on puzzles from Brain Lord.
  4. The fourth game, Mystic Ark: Maboroshi Gekijo was made for PS1, but very little is known about it outside Japan. "Maboroshi Gekijo" means "Phantom Theatre".

Pages in category "Produce"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.