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Studio e.go! is a Japanese eroge company which produce fantasy games of various genres, including RPG (eastern-styled), SRPG, and ADV ("Choose your own adventure"-styled). The beautiful cutscenes are illustrated by their artist, Yamamoto Kazue, whose work continues to develop in games such as Vagrants, My Fair Angel and Castle Fantasia. Since most of their PC games are for a Japanese-only market, Studio e.go are more or less unheard-of in the west, but English translation patches have been produced by some fans.

Some products had been officially translated to Traditional Chinese between 1999 and 2001 and since intended to all ages, the H-scenes inside the story had to be modified or deleted. Taiwan Symbio was the official distributor of Chinese versions.

The company uses a fat sparrow named "Debo" as its mascot.

Game List[]

  • Castle Fantasia (1998)
  • Castle Fantasia 2 - Seima Taisen (1998)
  • Men at Work! (1999)
  • Pythian (1999)
  • Kurenai no Namida (1999)
  • Castle Fantasia 3: Erencia Wars (2000)
  • Twinway (2000)
  • Men at Work! 2 - Welcome to Hunter Academy (2000)
  • Castle Fantasia 2 - Seima Taisen (2000, Renewal)
  • Aozameta Tsuki no Hikari (2001)
  • My Fair Angel (2001)
  • Working Days (2001, Originally published by BlueInpact)
  • Izumo (2001)
  • Yuki no Tokeru koro ni (2002)
  • Wind of Ebenbourg (2002)
  • Tenaku: ANGEL and DEVIL (2002)
  • Men at Work! 3: Hunter tachi no Seishun (2002, aka "Ai to Seishun no Hunter Gakuen" in PS2 version)
  • Natsu Kagura (2003)
  • Castle Fantasia 3: Erencia Wars (2003, Renewal)
  • Gakupara!! (2003, Gakuen Paradise)
  • Vagrants (2003)
  • Maou no Musume tachi (2004)
  • Izumo 2 (2004, aka "Takeki Tsurugi no Senki" in anime and PS2 version for all ages)
  • Kaze no Keishosha (2004, Successor of Wind)
  • Hitogata Ruins 2004
  • Oni Kagura (2005)
  • Izumo Zero (2005)
  • Twinway: Ima wo Dakishimete (2005, Renewal)
  • Debo no Subako (2005)
  • Angel's Feather: Kohaku no Hitomi 2005 (anime was made of this game).
  • Izumo 2: Rhapsody of Campus (2006)
  • Men at Work! 4 (2006)
  • Mikokon (2006)
  • Okaeshi Bisuto! (2006)
  • Aozora Magica!! (2006)
  • Trouble Days (2007)
  • Izumo 3 (2007)
  • Xvain (2007)
  • Tsukikagura (2007)

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