Toka

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Toka was a French development studio established in 1995 by Carlo Perconti and Lyes Belaidouni, who had previously run Arcade Zone. [1] It was part of the Toka Entertainment Group, which included a music label called Sakura and a motion capture studio called Motion-Tracker Studio. [2] Perconti went on to start HyperDevbox in 2001. [3]

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

Dreamcast[edit]

  • Soul Fighter (US Publisher: Red Orb Entertainment; EU Publisher: Mindscape)

PlayStation[edit]

  • Burning Road (US Publisher: Playmates Interactive; EU Publisher: Softgold; JP Publisher: VIC Tokai)
  • Explosive Racing / X.Racing (EU Publisher: Funsoft; JP Publisher: Nichibutsu)
  • Legend (EU Publisher: Funsoft)
A US release by THQ was scheduled under the title Knights of Carnage.
  • Snow Break / Snow Break Extreme (JP Publisher: Atlus; EU Publisher: Microids)

PlayStation 2[edit]

  • The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (EU Publisher: Swing!)
  • Hidden Invasion (US Publisher: Conspiracy Entertainment; EU Publisher: Swing!)
A Japanese release by Idea Factory was scheduled under the title Gun Hearts.
  • Sky Surfer (EU Publisher: Midas Interactive; JP Publisher: Idea Factory)

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