Genki

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The original Genki Co., Ltd. (元気株式会社) was established on October 16, 1990. The company found international success with the Tokyo Xtreme Racer series. It became a consolidated subsidiary of pachinko maker Daikoku Denki in February 2006. [1]

After a period of poor sales for its original games, Genki became insolvent. In 2008, Genki was renamed CLK (CLK株式会社), and the game software business was spun off into a new company called GK (GK株式会社), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Daikoku Denki [2], which was eventually renamed Genki. CLK was dissolved on April 25, 2008. [3]

3DO[edit]

  • Burning Soldier (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video; US/CA Publisher: Panasonic)
  • Scramble Cobra (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video; US/EU Publisher: Panasonic)

Dreamcast[edit]

  • Super Magnetic Niuniu / Super Magnetic Neo (JP Publisher: Genki; US/EU Publisher: Crave Entertainment)
Sound: T's Music

DS[edit]

  • Jet Impulse (co-developed with G-Gadget) (JP Publisher: Nintendo) [4]
CG Movies: Jet Graphics; Sound?: Genki Mobile (listed on US copyright registration); Voices: Mausu Promotion; Recording: Studio Mausu; Some Testing: Super Mario Club

Game Boy Advance[edit]

  • Napoleon (JP/EU Publisher: Nintendo)

PlayStation[edit]

  • Beltlogger 9 / BRAHMA Force: The Assault on Beltlogger 9 / BRAHMA Force (JP Publisher: Genki; US Publisher: Jaleco; EU Publisher: JVC)
Sound: T's Music
  • Fist (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
Sound: Studio Cliche
  • Kileak: The Blood / Kileak: The DNA Imperative (JP Publisher: Sony Music Entertainment; US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
  • Kileak: The Blood 2: Reason in Madness / Epidemic (JP Publisher: Sony Music Entertainment; US/EU Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment)
  • Tamamayu Monogatari / Jade Cocoon: Story of the Tamamayu (JP Publisher: Genki; US/EU Publisher: Crave Entertainment)

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • The Fast and the Furious (unreleased) (Vivendi Universal Games)

PlayStation 3[edit]

  • Katamari Damacy Tribute / Katamari Forever (JP/AS/KR/EU/US/AU Publisher: Bandai Namco Games)
  • Miyazato San Kyoudai Naizou: Sega Golf Club (JP Publisher: Sega) [5]

Saturn[edit]

  • Deadalus / Robotica / Robotica: Cybernation Revolt (JP/EU Publisher: Sega; US Publisher: Acclaim)
Production: Micronet; Sound: T's Music

Super Famicom/Super NES[edit]

  • Accele Brid (JP Publisher: Tomy)
Design and Setting Cooperation: Adventure Planning Service; Sound: Sound M's
  • America Oudan Ultra Quiz (JP Publisher: Tomy)
  • Bakutou Dodgers: Bumps-shima wa Oosawagi (JP Publisher: Bullet-Proof Software)
  • Bike Daisuki! Hashiriya Tamashii - Rider's-Spirits (JP Publisher: Masaya)
  • Drift King Shutokou Battle '94 (JP Publisher: Bullet-Proof Software)
  • Drift King Shutokou Battle 2 (JP Publisher: Bullet-Proof Software)
  • Final Stretch (JP Publisher: LOZC)
Sound: Opus
  • GP-1 (JP/US/EU Publisher: Atlus)
  • GP-1 RS: Rapid Stream / GP-1 Part II (JP/US Publisher: Atlus)
  • King of the Monsters (JP/US Publisher: Takara)
  • Michael Andretti's Indy Car Challenge (US/JP Publisher: Bullet-Proof Software)
  • Seifuku Densetsu: Pretty Fighter (JP Publisher: Imagineer)
Sound: Mint
  • Soukou Kihei Votoms: The Battling Road (JP Publisher: Takara)
  • Super Shanghai: Dragon's Eye / Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye (JP Publisher: Hot-B; US Publisher: Activision)
  • Suzuki Aguri no F-1 Super Driving / Redline F-1 Racer / Aguri Suzuki F-1 Super Driving (JP Publisher: LOZC; US Publisher: Absolute; EU Publisher: Altron)

Xbox[edit]

  • The Fast and the Furious (unreleased) (Vivendi Universal Games)
  • Phantom Crash (JP Publisher: Genki; US/EU Publisher: Phantagram Interactive)
Background Modeling: Polygon Magic; Interface Design: Wax Graphics; Advertisement Movie: Avant