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'''Dearfield Inc.''' (株式会社ディアフィールド) is a development company in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It was established by CEO Kenji Urano (浦野賢二) on October 17, 2000. [http://www.dearfield.jp/en/aboutus.html] (Urano previously worked at [[Human]], BPS, and MTO. [http://www.dearfield.jp/en/about_directors.html])
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Actual mentions, online resources
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===Android===
 
===Android===
 
*''Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius'' (some graphics) (Square Enix)
 
*''Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius'' (some graphics) (Square Enix)
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===PlayStation 2===
 
===PlayStation 2===
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*''Axel Impact'' / ''DT Racer'' (additional direction/game design/gameplay tuning) (KR Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment; US/EU Publisher: XS Games)
 
*''Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu: Otoko Hanamichi Yume Roman'' (JP Publisher: Spike)
 
*''Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu: Otoko Hanamichi Yume Roman'' (JP Publisher: Spike)
 
:<small>?: Paon</small>
 
:<small>?: Paon</small>
 
*''D1 Grand Prix'' (JP Publisher: Yuke's)
 
*''D1 Grand Prix'' (JP Publisher: Yuke's)
 
*''D1 Grand Prix 2005'' (JP Publisher: Yuke's)
 
*''D1 Grand Prix 2005'' (JP Publisher: Yuke's)
*''Fuuun Bakumatsuden'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki)
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*''Fuuun Bakumatsuden'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: [[Genki]])
*''Fuuun Shinsengumi'' (some graphics?) (JP/KR Publisher: Konami)
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*''Fuuun Shinsengumi'' (some graphics) (JP/KR Publisher: Genki)
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:<small>Developer: LightWeight; Sound: T's Music; Art Design: Konami Computer Entertainment Japan</small>
 
*''Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction'' / ''Kaido Racer'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki; EU/AU Publisher: Konami)
 
*''Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction'' / ''Kaido Racer'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki; EU/AU Publisher: Konami)
 
*''LowRider: Round The World'' / ''Lowrider'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: PCCW Japan; US Publisher: Jaleco)
 
*''LowRider: Round The World'' / ''Lowrider'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: PCCW Japan; US Publisher: Jaleco)
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*''Racing Battle C1 Grand Prix'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki)
 
*''Red Ninja: Kekka no Mai'' / ''Red Ninja: End of Honor'' (some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: Vivendi Universal Games; EU/AU Publisher: Sierra)
 
*''Red Ninja: Kekka no Mai'' / ''Red Ninja: End of Honor'' (some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: Vivendi Universal Games; EU/AU Publisher: Sierra)
 
:<small>Developer: [[Tranji Studio]]</small>
 
:<small>Developer: [[Tranji Studio]]</small>
 
*''Shutokou Battle 01'' / ''Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3'' (some car design) (JP Publisher: Genki; US Publisher: Crave)
 
*''Shutokou Battle 01'' / ''Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3'' (some car design) (JP Publisher: Genki; US Publisher: Crave)
:<small>Some Planning: Adventure Planning Service</small>
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:<small>Some Planning: [[Adventure Planning Service]]</small>
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===PlayStation Portable===
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*<div style="color:red">''Suzumiya Haruhi no Yakusoku'' (JP Publisher: Bandai)</div>
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:<small>Developer: Guyzware; Programming, Graphics: [[Arcadia Project]]; Graphics: Japan Creative</small>
  
 
===Wii===
 
===Wii===
 
*''Sukeban Shachou Rena Wii'' (JP Publisher: [[Jorudan]])
 
*''Sukeban Shachou Rena Wii'' (JP Publisher: [[Jorudan]])
 
:<small>Original Work, Supervision: Moss; Sound: Waver Sound</small>
 
:<small>Original Work, Supervision: Moss; Sound: Waver Sound</small>
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===Xbox 360===
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*''Tengai Makyou Ziria: Harukanaru Jipang'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Hudson)
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==Links==
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*[http://www.dearfield.jp/ Official website] (Japanese)
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:*[http://www.dearfield.jp/en/index.html English site]
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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 07:53, 19 November 2018

Dearfield logo

Dearfield Inc. (株式会社ディアフィールド) is a development company in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It was established by CEO Kenji Urano (浦野賢二) on October 17, 2000. [1] (Urano previously worked at Human, BPS, and MTO. [2])

Research Methods: Actual mentions, online resources

Android

  • Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius (some graphics) (Square Enix)

DS

  • Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu Black (JP Publisher: Spike)
  • Hana Deka Club: Animal Paradise (JP Publisher: Agatsuma Entertainment)

PlayStation 2

  • Axel Impact / DT Racer (additional direction/game design/gameplay tuning) (KR Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment; US/EU Publisher: XS Games)
  • Bakusou Dekotora Densetsu: Otoko Hanamichi Yume Roman (JP Publisher: Spike)
?: Paon
  • D1 Grand Prix (JP Publisher: Yuke's)
  • D1 Grand Prix 2005 (JP Publisher: Yuke's)
  • Fuuun Bakumatsuden (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki)
  • Fuuun Shinsengumi (some graphics) (JP/KR Publisher: Genki)
Developer: LightWeight; Sound: T's Music; Art Design: Konami Computer Entertainment Japan
  • Kaido Battle 2: Chain Reaction / Kaido Racer (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki; EU/AU Publisher: Konami)
  • LowRider: Round The World / Lowrider (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: PCCW Japan; US Publisher: Jaleco)
  • Racing Battle C1 Grand Prix (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Genki)
  • Red Ninja: Kekka no Mai / Red Ninja: End of Honor (some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: Vivendi Universal Games; EU/AU Publisher: Sierra)
Developer: Tranji Studio
  • Shutokou Battle 01 / Tokyo Xtreme Racer 3 (some car design) (JP Publisher: Genki; US Publisher: Crave)
Some Planning: Adventure Planning Service

PlayStation Portable

  • Suzumiya Haruhi no Yakusoku (JP Publisher: Bandai)
Developer: Guyzware; Programming, Graphics: Arcadia Project; Graphics: Japan Creative

Wii

  • Sukeban Shachou Rena Wii (JP Publisher: Jorudan)
Original Work, Supervision: Moss; Sound: Waver Sound

Xbox 360

  • Tengai Makyou Ziria: Harukanaru Jipang (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Hudson)

Links