System Prisma

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Established December 1989 as Atlas System; renamed System Prisma in December 1992. Switched primary business to game development in 1993 after taking a contract from Magical to convert Garou Densetsu 2 to the Sharp X68000. Acquired by Nippon Ichi Software in September 2007. Merged into NIS and dissolved October 2016.

Often worked with developer O-Two, which was also located in Osaka very close to System Prisma's headquarters.

Dreamcast

  • Kuon no Kizuna: Sairinshou (co-developer) (JP Publisher: FOG)
Co-Developer: O-Two
  • Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (JP/US Publisher: Capcom; EU Publisher: Virgin Interactive)

PlayStation

  • Fuuraiki (co-developer) (JP Publisher: FOG)
Co-Developer: O-Two
  • Logic Mahjong: Souryu (programming) (JP Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software)
Graphics: O-Two
  • Natsuiro Kenjutsu Komachi (programming) (JP Publisher: NEC Interchannel)
Planning, Production: C.P.U.GO; ?: Dragnet

PlayStation 2

  • Amagoushi no Yakata (JP Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software)
Production: FOG
  • Naraku no Shiro (JP Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software)
Production: FOG
  • Ninja Assault (some programming) (JP/EU/US Publisher: Namco)
Developer: Now Production
  • Twinkle Star Sprites: La Petite Princesse (some programming) (JP Publisher: SNK Playmore)
Developer: Now Production; Some Graphics: O-Two; Sound Production: plugin kzo, Wavelink Zeal; Some Advising: Tenky

PSP

  • Black Robinia (JP Publisher: Broccoli)
  • Dice Dice Fantasia (JP Publisher: Broccoli) [1]

Saturn

  • Vampire Savior (JP Publisher: Capcom)

Super Famicom/Super NES

  • Zenkoku Koukou Soccer Senshuken '96 (some programming) (JP Publisher: Magical)
Some Programming: Dragnet

X68000

  • Garou Densetsu 2 (JP Publisher: Magical)
  • Garou Densetsu Special (JP Publisher: Magical)