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Red Entertainment Corporation (株式会社レッド・エンタテインメント Kabushiki-gaisha Reddo Entateinmento?) is a video game developer based in Japan. Formerly known as Red Company (レッドカンパニー Reddo Kanpanī?) since is foundation in 1976 (it didn't start it's business until 1985), it was reorganized under its current moniker on December 4, 2000. While Red Company as a public corporation dates back to the mid-1980s, the first title released under the Red Entertainment brand was Gungrave on July 17, 2002.

Partial game list[]

NEC Consoles[]


  • Gate of Thunder
  • Lords of Thunder
  • PC-Genjin (Bonk) series
  • Galaxy Fraulein Yuna series
  • Tengai Makyou (Far East of Eden) series

Nintendo Consoles/Handhelds[]

Super Nintendo Entertainment System[]

Nintendo GameCube[]

  • Tengai Makyō II: Manjimaru (REMAKE)
  • DreamMix TV World Fighters (publisher)
  • Gunrave(Cancelled)
  • Gungrave Overdose (Cancelled)


  • Go! Go! Minon

Nintendo DS[]

  • Project Hacker
  • Tengai Makyō II: Manjimaru (REMAKE)
  • Sakura Taisen DS
  • Tsunde Tsumi Kiss
  • Fossil Fighters
  • Nostalgia

Sony Playstation Consoles[]


  • Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3: Final Edition
  • Mitsumete Knight
  • Thousand Arms

PlayStation 2[]

  • Blood Will Tell
  • Bujingai: The Forsaken City
  • Gungrave
  • Gungrave: Overdose (publisher)
  • Trigun: The Planet Gunsmoke
  • Tengai Makyō II: Manjimaru (REMAKE)
  • DreamMix TV World Fighters (publisher)
  • Kita e: Diamond Dust + Kiss is Beginning
  • Scared Rider Xechs
  • Shinsen-Gumi Gunrou-Den

PlayStation 3[]

Microsoft Consoles[]

Xbox 360[]

Sega Consoles[]


  • Lords of Thunder

Sega 32X[]

  • Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 2
  • Tempo

Sega Game Gear[]

  • Tempo Jr.

Sega Saturn[]

  • Galaxy Fraulein Yuna 3
  • Super Tempo

Non-game productions[]

Aside from game productions, Red Entertainment also produced other things.[1]

  • Legend of Himiko
  • Shuraki Trinity


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