Video System Co., Ltd. (ビデオシステム株式会社?) was a software company that was founded and ran by software designer Koji Furukawa in Kyoto, Japan in December 1984. It was best known for making video game titles for the arcades and other different platforms, including the Super Nintendo, Neo-Geo and Nintendo 64.
They released various different types of arcade games throughout Japan and the U.S., such as Super Formula, the F1 Grand Prix series, Karate Blazers, Tao Taido, Rabbit Punch (known as Rabio Lepus in Japan), Turbo Force, Super Volleyball, and most notably, the Aero Fighters series. Shortly before Video System closed its U.S. office sometime between 1999 and 2000 and closed all of its doors around 2001, the specific staff of Aero Fighters would go on to form their own company, Psikyo.