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feelplus Inc. (株式会社フィールプラス) was a Japanese game development company. It was originally established as Scarab (株式会社スカラベ) on May 1, 1992 [1], by UPL's Tsutomu Fuzisawa (藤沢勉), not long after that company went bankrupt. [2] After Tsutomu Fuzisawa passed away in 1998, his wife Noriko Fuzisawa (藤沢紀子), who had also worked at UPL, took charge of the company.

In September 2002, Scarab became a subsidiary of Cavia (later AQ Interactive). In March 2005, it became a wholly-owned subsidiary and was renamed feelplus. feelplus was absorbed into AQ Interactive in August 2011. [3]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources (see Links), shared staff

As Scarab[edit]

Arcade[edit]

  • Arabian Meosis (Sammy)
  • Dyna Gear (Sammy)
  • Extreme Downhill (Sammy)
  • Giant Gram 2000: Zen Nihon Pro Wres 3 Eikou no Yuushatachi (Sega)
  • Giant Gram: Zen Nihon Pro Wres 2 in Nihon Budoukan (Sega)
  • Hello Kitty no Harahara Cake Panic (Sammy)
  • Kero Kero Keroppi no Isshoni Asobou (Sammy)
  • Meosis Magic (Sammy)
  • Sokonuke Taisen Game (Sammy)
  • Survival Arts (Sammy)
  • Zen Nihon Pro Wres featuring Virtua (Sega)

Dreamcast[edit]

  • Fighting Vipers 2 (JP/EU Publisher: Sega)
  • Giant Gram 2000: Zen Nihon Pro Wres 3 Eikou no Yuushatachi (JP Publisher: Sega)
  • Giant Gram: Zen Nihon Pro Wres 2 in Nihon Budoukan (JP Publisher: Sega)
  • Golf Shiyouyo / Tee Off (model design, motion design) (JP Publisher: Bottom Up; US/EU Publisher: Acclaim)
Voice Actor Casting, Compilation Direction: Dream Japan
  • The Ring / The Ring: Terror's Realm (model design, motion design) (JP Publisher: Kadokawa Shoten; US Publisher: Infogrames)
  • Shenmue: Isshou Yokosuka / Shenmue / US Shenmue (programming, motion design) (JP/EU/US Publisher: Sega)

PlayStation[edit]

  • Killing Zone (JP Publisher: Naxat Soft; US Publisher: Acclaim)

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • Nihon Daihyou Senshu ni Narou! (JP Publisher: Enix)
Planning: Cavia [4]
  • Shin Sangoku Musou / Dynasty Warriors 2 (motion design) (JP/US Publisher: Koei; EU Publisher: THQ)

Saturn[edit]

  • Angel Paradise Volume 1: Sakaki Yuko: Koi no Yokan in Hollywood (JP Publisher: Sammy)
  • Angel Paradise Volume 2: Yoshino Kimika: Isshoni I-ta-i in Hawaii (JP Publisher: Sammy)
  • Battle Monsters (JP Publisher: Naxat Soft; US/EU Publisher: Acclaim)
  • Choujikuu Yousai Macross: Ai Oboete Imasu ka (JP Publisher: Bandai Visual)
  • Game-Ware ("HG Super Hard Cup") (JP Publisher: General Entertainment)
  • Game-Ware Vol. 2 ("Cinderella Cruising") (JP Publisher: General Entertainment)
  • Godzilla: Rettoushinkan (JP Publisher: Sega)
  • Kidou Senkan Nadesico: The Blank of 3 Years (JP Publisher: Sega)
  • Sakura Taisen: Jouki Radio Show (JP Publisher: Sega)
  • Zen Nihon Pro Wres featuring Virtua (JP Publisher: Sega)

Xbox[edit]

  • Dinosaur Hunting: Ushinawareta Daichi (JP Publisher: Microsoft)

As feelplus[edit]

DS[edit]

  • Blue Dragon Plus (co-developed with Brownie Brown [5]) (JP Publisher: AQ Interactive; US/EU Publisher: Ignition Entertainment)
Production: Mistwalker [6]

PlayStation 3[edit]

  • MindJack (US/EU/AS/JP/AU Publisher: Square Enix)
  • Moon Diver [PSN] (JP/EU/US Publisher: Square Enix)
  • No More Heroes: Eiyuutachi no Rakuen / No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (JP Publisher: Marvelous Entertainment; EU/US Publisher: Konami)

Wii[edit]

  • Kyoufu Taikan: Juon / Ju-on: The Grudge (JP Publisher: AQ Interactive; US Publisher: Xseed Games; EU Publisher: Rising Star Games)
  • Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles / Biohazard: Darkside Chronicles (US/AU/SK/EU/JP Publisher: Capcom)

Xbox 360[edit]

  • Bullet Witch (some sound programming, sound direction, movie sequence production) (JP Publisher: AQ Interactive; US/EU/AU Publisher: Atari)
  • Infinite Undiscovery (visual production) (US/AU/EU/JP/AS Publisher: Square Enix)
  • Lost Odyssey (JP/AS/KR/AU/US/EU Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios)
Planning, Production: Mistwalker [7]; Co-Developer: Opus
  • No More Heroes: Eiyuutachi no Rakuen (JP Publisher: Marvelous Entertainment)
  • MindJack (US/EU/JP/AU Publisher: Square Enix)
  • Moon Diver [XBLA] (JP/EU/US Publisher: Square Enix)
  • N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights (US/JP/EU/AU Publisher: Konami)
  • Star Ocean 4: The Last Hope / Star Ocean: The Last Hope (visual production) (JP/AS/US/AU/EU Publisher: Square Enix)

Links[edit]