Talk:HighTech Lab. Japan
Speaking more generally, is there any reason we wouldn't include adult titles when the details are known? They seem like an important part of the history of a lot of companies, even if they often go out of their way to isolate them from their other business. Lack of interest on our part, I guess? --Dimitri (talk) 17:22, 3 April 2018 (UTC)
- If someone else wants to add those, they can. I don't necessarily feel like digging too deep into them. In the case of Transpegasus, Japanese PC and Mac software is poorly documented, and some Transpegasus titles seem to have been developed by a company called Digital Production.
- Speaking of Digital Production, their name pops up in association with the Windows version of Derby Analyst. Maybe they developed it and the Mac version I have listed. Again, this stuff is poorly documented. CRV (talk) 19:13, 3 April 2018 (UTC)
- I had confirmed the Transpegasus thing with Koriyama, but if I'm reading the back of Bodyconscious Digital Rave! correctly, Digital Production was at the same address as HighTech Lab. Japan  and Transpegasus Limited was somewhere else altogether. Unfortunately, I can't find much other packaging. Transpegasus Limited is never referred to by a corporate name, so I have to believe it's an assumed name/label. CRV (talk) 02:37, 8 April 2018 (UTC)