|Located||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Parent company||Sony Computer Entertainment|
Sony Imagesoft was a video game publisher that operated from 1989 to 1995 and was located in California. It was established in January 1989 in Los Angeles, California, as a subsidiary of the Japan-based CBS/Sony Group (CSG) and was initially named CSG Imagesoft Inc. Focus at the beginning was on marketing games exclusively for Nintendo consoles.
After Sony had set up its North American Sony Electronic Publishing division in April 1991, Imagesoft operated as Sony Imagesoft Inc. The first games under the new name were Altered Space for Game Boy and movie tie-in Hudson Hawk for NES and Game Boy.
Other releases were localizations of SNES games previously developed for Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) and published under the Epic/Sony Records brand: Extra Innings and Smart Ball, both published in 1992.