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{{nihongo|'''Inti Creates Co., Ltd.'''|株式会社インティ・クリエイツ|Kabushiki-gaisha Inti Kurieitsu}} is a Japanese video game development company formed by several former [[Capcom]] staff in May 1996. They are best known for having worked on games in the ''[[Mega Man (series)|Mega Man]]'' franchise (such as the ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zero]]'' series) as well developing their own original game properties, like the ''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Azure Striker Gunvolt (series)|Azure Striker Gunvolt]]'' series.
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{{nihongo|'''Inti Creates Co., Ltd.'''|株式会社インティ・クリエイツ|Kabushiki-gaisha Inti Kurieitsu}} is a Japanese video game development company formed by several former [[Capcom]] staff in May 1996. They are best known for their work on sub-series and entries within the ''[[Mega Man (series)|Mega Man]]'' franchise (specifically the ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zero]]'' games, the ''[[Mega Man ZX (series)|ZX]]'' games, ''[[Mega Man 9]]'' and ''[[Mega Man 10|10]]'') as well as their own original game properties, like the ''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Azure Striker Gunvolt (Franchise)|Azure Striker Gunvolt]]'' series.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Inti Creates was formed by ten former members of [[Capcom]] with [[Takuya Aizu]] as the CEO.<ref name="bitsummet">http://bitsummit.org/2015/?page_id=3388</ref>. First starting as a Limited liability company and starting in Chiba Prefecture, they became a publicly traded company in 2003<ref name=bitsummet/> and expanded by opening a studio in Nagoya in 2008 respectivly.<ref name=bitsummet/>
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Inti Creates was formed by ten former members of [[Capcom]] with [[Takuya Aizu]] as the CEO.<ref name="bitsummet">http://bitsummit.org/2015/?page_id=3388</ref>. First starting as a Limited liability company and starting in Chiba Prefecture, they became a publicly traded company in 2003<ref name=bitsummet/> and expanded by opening a studio in Nagoya in 2008 respectivly.<ref name=bitsummet/> As of 2018, Inti Creates have approximately 100 staff members.<ref>https://www.polygon.com/2018/3/16/17123366/concept-teams-mizuguchi-ueda-sakaguchi</ref>
   
Inti Creates are best known as the developers of the ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zero]]'' series and the ''[[Mega Man ZX (series)|Mega Man ZX]]'' series.<ref>http://wayback.archive.org/web/20060201000000*/http://www.next-gen.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=833&Itemid=2</ref> They have also published several music albums composed and arranged by ''III'', whose members are [[Ippo Yamada]], Ryo Kawakami, Luna Umegaki, Tsutomu Kurihara, and Masaki Suzuki, amongst others. On August 29, 2014, they released their first self-published games ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' and its cross-promotion ''Mighty Gunvolt''.
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Inti Creates are best known as the developers of the ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zero]]'' and ''[[Mega Man ZX (series)|Mega Man ZX]]'' series.<ref>http://wayback.archive.org/web/20060201000000*/http://www.next-gen.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=833&Itemid=2</ref> They have also published several music albums composed and arranged by ''III'', whose members are [[Ippo Yamada]], Ryo Kawakami, Luna Umegaki, Tsutomu Kurihara, and Masaki Suzuki, amongst others. On August 29, 2014, they released their first self-published games ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' and its cross-promotion ''Mighty Gunvolt''.
   
They has also provided portrait artwork for the [[wikipedia:WayForward Technologies|Wayforward]] games ''Shantae and the Pirate's Curse'' and ''Shantae: Half-Genie Hero''.<ref>https://www.polygon.com/2013/9/18/4743534/mega-man-dev-inti-creates-working-on-shantae-half-genie-hero</ref>
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They has also provided portrait artwork for the [[wikipedia:WayForward Technologies|WayForward]] games ''[[w:c:shantae:Shantae and the Pirate's Curse|Shantae and the Pirate's Curse]]'' and ''[[w:c:shantae:Shantae: Half-Genie Hero|Shantae: Half-Genie Hero]]''.<ref>https://www.polygon.com/2013/9/18/4743534/mega-man-dev-inti-creates-working-on-shantae-half-genie-hero</ref>
   
They worked with [[Keiji Inafune]] and his design studio Comcept on the game ''Mighty Number 9''. Comcept worked on the design and story of the game, while Inti-Creates developed it. Later, they worked with producer Koji Igarashi on the game ''Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night'', which is set for a 2018 release.
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They worked with [[Keiji Inafune]] and his design studio [[wikipedia:Comcept|Comcept]] on the game ''[[w:c:mightyno9:Mighty No. 9|Mighty No. 9]]''. Comcept worked on the design and story of the game, while Inti-Creates developed it. Later, they worked with producer [[wikipedia:Koji Igarashi|Koji Igarashi]] on the game ''[[w:c:bloodstained:Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night|Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night]]'', however, they left the project and was replaced by Dico after [[wikipedia:E3 2016|E3 2016]].<ref>https://www.destructoid.com/inti-creates-is-no-longer-working-on-bloodstained-ritual-of-the-night-s-main-game-450927.phtml</ref> They later released the 2D platformer ''[[w:c:bloodstained:Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon|Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon]]'' in 2018. The game attained more than 100,000 downloads in its first week.<ref>https://www.dualshockers.com/bloodstained-curse-of-the-moon-sales/</ref>
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==List of games==
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=== Games developed ===
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{| class="wikitable"
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!Year Release
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!Title
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!Platform(s)
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!Co-developer(s)
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!Publisher(s)
  +
!Notes
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|-
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|1998
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|''[[wikipedia:Speed Power Gunbike|Speed Power Gunbike]]''
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|PlayStation
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|
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|[[wikipedia:Sony Music Entertainment Japan|Sony Music Entertainment]]
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|
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|-
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|1999
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|''Love and Destroy''
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|PlayStation
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|
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|Sony Interactive Entertainment
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|
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2002
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|''Kurohige no Golf Shiyouyo''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|[[wikipedia:Tomy Corporation|Tomy Corporation]]
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|
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man Zero]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|[[Capcom]]
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|
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2003
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|''[[Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man Zero 2]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2004
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|''[[wikipedia:Crayon Shin-chan|Crayon Shin-Chan Arashi o Yobu Cinema-Land no Daibouken!]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''[[wikipedia:Crayon Shin-chan|Crayon Shin-chan]].''
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|
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man Zero 3]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2005
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|''[[Mega Man Zero 4]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Fantastic Children|Fantastic Children]]''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|[[wikipedia:Bandai|Bandai]]
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|Based on the anime of the same name.
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |2006
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|''Crayon Shin-Chan Densetsu o Yobu Omake no To Shokkugaan!''
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|Game Boy Advance
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Crayon Shin-chan.''
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man ZX]]''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Eureka 7 V.1: New Wave|Eureka 7 V.1: New Wave]]''
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|PlayStation Portable
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|
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|Bandai
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|Based on the anime series ''[[wikipedia:Eureka Seven|Eureka 7]]''.
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2007
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|''Crayon Shin-Chan DS: Arashi o Yobu Nutte Crayo~n Daisakusen!''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Crayon Shin-chan.''
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man ZX Advent]]''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|Capcom
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|Sequel to ''Mega Man ZX''
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2008
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|''[[wikipedia:Doraemon|Doraemon Nobita to Midori no Kyojinden]]''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''[[w:c:doraemon:Doraemon|Doraemon]]''
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|-
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|''Crayon Shin-Chan Arashi o Yobu Cinema-Land Kachinkogachinko Daikatsugeki!''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Crayon Shin-chan.''
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |2009
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|''[[Mega Man 9]]''
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|WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade
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|Capcom
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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|''Crayon Shin-Chan Arashi o Yobu Nendororo~n Daihenshin''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Crayon Shin-chan.''
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Sgt. Frog|Chougekijouban Keroro Gunsou: Gekishin Dragon Warriors de Arimasu!]]''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''[[w:c:keroro:Sgt. Frog|Sgt. Frog]]''.
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|-
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| rowspan="5" |2010
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|''Crayon Shin-Chan Obaka Daininden Susume! Kasukabe Ninja Tai!''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Crayon Shin-chan.''
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Keshikasu-kun Battle Kas-tival|Keshikasu-kun Battle Kas-tival]]''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Keshikasu-kun''
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|-
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|''Do-Konjou Shogakussei Bon Bita Hadaka no Choujou Ketsusen!! Bita vs. Dokuro Dei!''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|Bandai
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|
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man 10]]''
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|WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade
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|Capcom
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|Capcom
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|
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|-
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|''[[Mega Man Zero Collection]]''
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|Nintendo DS
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|
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|Capcom
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|Compilation of the entire ''[[Mega Man Zero (series)|Mega Man Zero]]'' series.
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|-
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| rowspan="4" |2011
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|''[[wikipedia:Power Rangers Samurai|Power Rangers Samurai: The Game]]''
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|Nintendo DS, Wii
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|
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|Bandai
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|Based on the television series ''[[w:c:powerrangers:Power Rangers Samurai|Power Rangers Samurai]]''.
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|-
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|''[[w:c:galgun:Gal*Gun|Gal*Gun]]''
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|Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
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|
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|[[wikipedia:Alchemist (company)|Alchemist]]
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|
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|-
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|''Crayon Shin-Chan Uchuu DE Achoo!? Yuujoo no Obakarate!!''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''Crayon Shin-chan.''
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|-
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|''Bokura no Kingdom''
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|Mobile
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|
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|
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|Based on the manga series ''[[wikipedia:Our Kingdom|Our Kingdom]]''
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |2012
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|''[[wikipedia:Great Battle Fullblast|Great Battle Fullblast]]''
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|PlayStation Portable
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|
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|
  +
|
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Naruto SD: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals|Naruto SD Powerful Shippuden]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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|
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|[[wikipedia:Namco Bandai Games|Namco Bandai Games]]
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|Based on the ''[[w:c:naruto:Naruto|Naruto]]'' spinoff ''[[w:c:naruto:Naruto SD: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals|Naruto SD: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals]]''.
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Gon: Baku Baku Baku Baku Adventure|Gon: Baku Baku Baku Baku Adventure]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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|
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|Namco Bandai Games
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|Based on the manga and anime series ''[[wikipedia:Gon (manga)|Gon]]''.
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|-
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|2013
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|''[[wikipedia:Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures|Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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|
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|Namco Bandai Games
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|Based on the animated television series of the same name.
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|-
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|2015
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| rowspan="2" |''[[wikipedia:Gal*Gun: Double Peace|Gal*Gun: Double Peace]]''
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|PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
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| rowspan="2" |
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| rowspan="2" |[[wikipedia:PQube (Company)|PQube]], Alchemist
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| rowspan="2" |
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |2016
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|Microsoft Windows
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |''Mighty No. 9''
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|Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Mac OS X, Linux
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| rowspan="2" |[[wikipedia:Level-5 Comcept|Comcept]]
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| rowspan="2" |[[wikipedia:Deep Silver|Deep Silver]], [[wikipedia:Spike Chunsoft|Spike Chunsoft]]
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| rowspan="2" |
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|-
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|PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS
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|}
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=== Games developed and published ===
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{| class="wikitable"
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!Year Release
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!Title
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!Platform(s)
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!Co-developer(s)
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!Co-publisher(s)
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!Notes
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|-
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|2014
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| rowspan="2" |''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Azure Striker Gunvolt|Azure Striker Gunvolt]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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| rowspan="2" |
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| rowspan="2" |
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| rowspan="2" |
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|-
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|2015
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|Microsoft Windows
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|-
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|2014
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| rowspan="3" |''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Mighty Gunvolt|Mighty Gunvolt]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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|
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|
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| rowspan="3" |Spin-off to the ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' series and ''Mighty No. 9''.
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |2015
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|PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
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|
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|
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|-
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|Microsoft Windows
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|
  +
|
  +
|-
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|2016
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|''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Azure Striker Gunvolt 2|Azure Striker Gunvolt 2]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS
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|
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|
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|
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|-
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| rowspan="4" |2017
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|''[[w:c:blastermaster:Blaster Master Zero|Blaster Master Zero]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch
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|
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|
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|Enhanced remake to ''Blaster Master Zero''
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Mighty Gunvolt Burst|Mighty Gunvolt Burst]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4
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|
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|
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|Sequel to ''Mighty Gunvolt''
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|-
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|''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack|Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack]]''
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|Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch
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|
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|[[wikipedia:Yacht Club Games|Yacht Club Games]]
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|
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* Compilation of ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' and ''Azure Striker Gunvolt 2''
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* Physical release
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|-
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|''[[w:c:galgun:Gal*Gun VR|Gal*Gun VR]]''
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|Microsoft Windows
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|
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|
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|
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|-
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| rowspan="3" |2018
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|''[[w:c:galgun:Gal*Gun 2|Gal*Gun 2]]''
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|Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4
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|
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|
  +
|
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|-
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|''[[w:c:bloodstained:Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon|Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon]]''
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|Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, Xbox One
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|
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|
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|Side game to ''[[w:c:bloodstained:Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night|Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night]]''
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|-
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|''[[wikipedia:Dragon Marked for Death|Dragon Marked for Death]]''
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|Nintendo Switch
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|
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|
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|
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|-
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|TBA
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|''[[w:c:azurestrikergunvolt:Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX|Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX]]''
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|Nintendo Switch
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|
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|
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|Side story game and spin-off to the ''Azure Striker Gunvolt'' series.
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|}
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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*[[w:c:megaman:Inti Creates|''Mega Man Knowledge Base'' article]]
 
*[[w:c:megaman:Inti Creates|''Mega Man Knowledge Base'' article]]
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Latest revision as of 16:39, January 13, 2020

Inticreates

Inti Creates Co., Ltd. (株式会社インティ・クリエイツ Kabushiki-gaisha Inti Kurieitsu?) is a Japanese video game development company formed by several former Capcom staff in May 1996. They are best known for their work on sub-series and entries within the Mega Man franchise (specifically the Mega Man Zero games, the ZX games, Mega Man 9 and 10) as well as their own original game properties, like the Azure Striker Gunvolt series.

HistoryEdit

Inti Creates was formed by ten former members of Capcom with Takuya Aizu as the CEO.[1]. First starting as a Limited liability company and starting in Chiba Prefecture, they became a publicly traded company in 2003[1] and expanded by opening a studio in Nagoya in 2008 respectivly.[1] As of 2018, Inti Creates have approximately 100 staff members.[2]

Inti Creates are best known as the developers of the Mega Man Zero and Mega Man ZX series.[3] They have also published several music albums composed and arranged by III, whose members are Ippo Yamada, Ryo Kawakami, Luna Umegaki, Tsutomu Kurihara, and Masaki Suzuki, amongst others. On August 29, 2014, they released their first self-published games Azure Striker Gunvolt and its cross-promotion Mighty Gunvolt.

They has also provided portrait artwork for the WayForward games Shantae and the Pirate's Curse and Shantae: Half-Genie Hero.[4]

They worked with Keiji Inafune and his design studio Comcept on the game Mighty No. 9. Comcept worked on the design and story of the game, while Inti-Creates developed it. Later, they worked with producer Koji Igarashi on the game Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, however, they left the project and was replaced by Dico after E3 2016.[5] They later released the 2D platformer Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon in 2018. The game attained more than 100,000 downloads in its first week.[6]

List of gamesEdit

Games developed Edit

Year Release Title Platform(s) Co-developer(s) Publisher(s) Notes
1998 Speed Power Gunbike PlayStation Sony Music Entertainment
1999 Love and Destroy PlayStation Sony Interactive Entertainment
2002 Kurohige no Golf Shiyouyo Game Boy Advance Tomy Corporation
Mega Man Zero Game Boy Advance Capcom
2003 Mega Man Battle Chip Challenge Game Boy Advance Capcom
Mega Man Zero 2 Game Boy Advance Capcom
2004 Crayon Shin-Chan Arashi o Yobu Cinema-Land no Daibouken! Game Boy Advance Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
Mega Man Zero 3 Game Boy Advance Capcom
2005 Mega Man Zero 4 Game Boy Advance Capcom
Fantastic Children Game Boy Advance Bandai Based on the anime of the same name.
2006 Crayon Shin-Chan Densetsu o Yobu Omake no To Shokkugaan! Game Boy Advance Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
Mega Man ZX Nintendo DS Capcom
Eureka 7 V.1: New Wave PlayStation Portable Bandai Based on the anime series Eureka 7.
2007 Crayon Shin-Chan DS: Arashi o Yobu Nutte Crayo~n Daisakusen! Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
Mega Man ZX Advent Nintendo DS Capcom Sequel to Mega Man ZX
2008 Doraemon Nobita to Midori no Kyojinden Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Doraemon
Crayon Shin-Chan Arashi o Yobu Cinema-Land Kachinkogachinko Daikatsugeki! Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
2009 Mega Man 9 WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade Capcom Capcom
Crayon Shin-Chan Arashi o Yobu Nendororo~n Daihenshin Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
Chougekijouban Keroro Gunsou: Gekishin Dragon Warriors de Arimasu! Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Sgt. Frog.
2010 Crayon Shin-Chan Obaka Daininden Susume! Kasukabe Ninja Tai! Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
Keshikasu-kun Battle Kas-tival Nintendo DS Based on the manga and anime series Keshikasu-kun
Do-Konjou Shogakussei Bon Bita Hadaka no Choujou Ketsusen!! Bita vs. Dokuro Dei! Nintendo DS Bandai
Mega Man 10 WiiWare, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade Capcom Capcom
Mega Man Zero Collection Nintendo DS Capcom Compilation of the entire Mega Man Zero series.
2011 Power Rangers Samurai: The Game Nintendo DS, Wii Bandai Based on the television series Power Rangers Samurai.
Gal*Gun Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 Alchemist
Crayon Shin-Chan Uchuu DE Achoo!? Yuujoo no Obakarate!! Nintendo 3DS Based on the manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan.
Bokura no Kingdom Mobile Based on the manga series Our Kingdom
2012 Great Battle Fullblast PlayStation Portable
Naruto SD Powerful Shippuden Nintendo 3DS Namco Bandai Games Based on the Naruto spinoff Naruto SD: Rock Lee & His Ninja Pals.
Gon: Baku Baku Baku Baku Adventure Nintendo 3DS Namco Bandai Games Based on the manga and anime series Gon.
2013 Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures Nintendo 3DS Namco Bandai Games Based on the animated television series of the same name.
2015 Gal*Gun: Double Peace PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita PQube, Alchemist
2016 Microsoft Windows
Mighty No. 9 Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Mac OS X, Linux Comcept Deep Silver, Spike Chunsoft
PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS

Games developed and published Edit

Year Release Title Platform(s) Co-developer(s) Co-publisher(s) Notes
2014 Azure Striker Gunvolt Nintendo 3DS
2015 Microsoft Windows
2014 Mighty Gunvolt Nintendo 3DS Spin-off to the Azure Striker Gunvolt series and Mighty No. 9.
2015 PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
Microsoft Windows
2016 Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 Nintendo 3DS
2017 Blaster Master Zero Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch Enhanced remake to Blaster Master Zero
Mighty Gunvolt Burst Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 Sequel to Mighty Gunvolt
Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch Yacht Club Games
  • Compilation of Azure Striker Gunvolt and Azure Striker Gunvolt 2
  • Physical release
Gal*Gun VR Microsoft Windows
2018 Gal*Gun 2 Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, Xbox One Side game to Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night
Dragon Marked for Death Nintendo Switch
TBA Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX Nintendo Switch Side story game and spin-off to the Azure Striker Gunvolt series.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://bitsummit.org/2015/?page_id=3388
  2. https://www.polygon.com/2018/3/16/17123366/concept-teams-mizuguchi-ueda-sakaguchi
  3. http://wayback.archive.org/web/20060201000000*/http://www.next-gen.biz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=833&Itemid=2
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