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Platinum Games

A game developer

Platinum Games

Platinum Games is an indepdendent game developer in Japan. The studio was formed as ODD Ltd. (later ODD Inc.) in February 2006 and in October 2007 merged with Seeds Inc., and changed its name to Platinum Games.

The company pushes titles bursting with artistic freedom, something that a number of the main staff found they were unable to have while at Clover Studio under Capcom1.

Company Profile

February 2006 (as ODD Ltd.) / October, 2007 (merger)
Founders of Seeds, Inc
Shinji Mikami
Atsushi Inaba
Hideki Kamiya
Osaka, Japan
Number of Employees
148 (as of July 2012)
Key people
Tatsuya Minami (president)
Atsushi Inaba (executive director & producer)
Hideki Kamiya (game director)
Former Staff
Shinji Mikami (game developer), left to form Tango Gameworks
Major Titles
Anarchy Reigns
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
Official Site (Japanese) (English)

Categories & Concepts
  1. Clover Blossoms: 1UP Profile Atsushi Inaba


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