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'''POT, inc.''' (株式会社ポット) was established January 21, 2003 by a group of staff from [[Highwaystar]]. The company was initially headed by Kenji Tsushima (対馬健司) and later by Hiroki Oshioka (押岡大樹). At first it was an associated company of Highwaystar but later become independent. In late 2007, it changed names to '''Agalbero''' (株式会社アガリベロ) but appears to have closed shortly thereafter. Some of the staff went to another company called [http://www.team-nac.com/ NAC], headed by Tsushima.
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'''POT, inc.''' (株式会社ポット) was established January 21, 2003 by a group of staff from [[Highwaystar]]. The company was initially headed by Kenji Tsushima (対馬健司) and later by Hiroki Oshioka (押岡大樹). At first it was an associated company of Highwaystar but later become independent. In late 2007, it changed names to '''Agalbero''' (株式会社アガリベロ) but appears to have closed shortly thereafter. Some of the staff went to [http://www.team-nac.com/ NAC], another company headed by Tsushima.
  
 
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Online resources, actual mentions
 
'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Online resources, actual mentions
  
 
===PlayStation 2===
 
===PlayStation 2===
*''Growlanser V: Generations'' (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Atlus)
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*''Growlanser V: Generations'' / ''Growlanser: Heritage of War'' (some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: [[Atlus]]; EU Publisher: Rising Star Games)
:<small>Developer: Team Career, Y'sK; Some Graphics: TamTam; Cutscene Animation: Fortes, Arms; Debugging: Digital Hearts</small>
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:<small>Developer: Team Career, [[Y'sK]]; Some Graphics: [[TamTam]]; Cutscene Animation: Fortes, Arms; Debugging: Digital Hearts</small>
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*''Growlanser VI: Precarious World'' (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Atlus)
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:<small>Developer: Team Career, Y'sK; Some Programming: TamTam; Cutscene Animation: Fortes, Arms; Debugging: Digital Hearts</small>
 
*''Honoo no Takuhaibin'' (JP Publisher: Success)
 
*''Honoo no Takuhaibin'' (JP Publisher: Success)
 
:<small>Event Backgrounds: Studio Mao; Debugging: Pole To Win</small>
 
:<small>Event Backgrounds: Studio Mao; Debugging: Pole To Win</small>
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*''Kenka Banchou'' (environment modeling, some character modeling & animation) (JP Publisher: Spike)
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:<small>Developer: Y'sK; Character Modeling & Animation: G-Style; Music: Dimension Cruise; Sound Effects: Best Score; Opening Movie: Sphereframe, D1FX, EEN; Debugging: Pole To Win</small>
 
*''Kenka Banchou 2: Full Throttle'' (map design) (JP Publisher: Spike)
 
*''Kenka Banchou 2: Full Throttle'' (map design) (JP Publisher: Spike)
:<small>Developer: Y'sK; Character Modeling, Opening Movie: G-Style; Motion Capture: Acquire; Some Graphics: [[E-Game]]; Music: Dimension Cruise; Debugging: Pole To Win</small>
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:<small>Developer: Y'sK; Character Modeling, Opening Movie: G-Style; Motion Capture: Acquire; Some Graphics: [[E-game]]; Music: Dimension Cruise; Debugging: Pole To Win</small>
*<div style="color:red">''Metal Saga: Sajin no Kusari'' / ''Metal Saga'' (some graphics?) (JP Publisher: Success; US Publisher: Atlus)</div>
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*''Metal Saga: Sajin no Kusari'' / ''Metal Saga'' (some graphics, under subcontract with Office Dynamite) (JP Publisher: Success; US Publisher: Atlus)
 
*''World Tank Museum for Game'' (co-developed with Rideon?) (JP Publisher: Success)
 
*''World Tank Museum for Game'' (co-developed with Rideon?) (JP Publisher: Success)
 
*<div style="color:red">''WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007'' (some graphics?) (US/EU/JP Publisher: THQ)</div>
 
*<div style="color:red">''WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007'' (some graphics?) (US/EU/JP Publisher: THQ)</div>

Latest revision as of 01:22, 10 May 2020

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POT, inc. (株式会社ポット) was established January 21, 2003 by a group of staff from Highwaystar. The company was initially headed by Kenji Tsushima (対馬健司) and later by Hiroki Oshioka (押岡大樹). At first it was an associated company of Highwaystar but later become independent. In late 2007, it changed names to Agalbero (株式会社アガリベロ) but appears to have closed shortly thereafter. Some of the staff went to NAC, another company headed by Tsushima.

Research Methods: Online resources, actual mentions

PlayStation 2

  • Growlanser V: Generations / Growlanser: Heritage of War (some graphics) (JP/US Publisher: Atlus; EU Publisher: Rising Star Games)
Developer: Team Career, Y'sK; Some Graphics: TamTam; Cutscene Animation: Fortes, Arms; Debugging: Digital Hearts
  • Growlanser VI: Precarious World (some graphics) (JP Publisher: Atlus)
Developer: Team Career, Y'sK; Some Programming: TamTam; Cutscene Animation: Fortes, Arms; Debugging: Digital Hearts
  • Honoo no Takuhaibin (JP Publisher: Success)
Event Backgrounds: Studio Mao; Debugging: Pole To Win
  • Kenka Banchou (environment modeling, some character modeling & animation) (JP Publisher: Spike)
Developer: Y'sK; Character Modeling & Animation: G-Style; Music: Dimension Cruise; Sound Effects: Best Score; Opening Movie: Sphereframe, D1FX, EEN; Debugging: Pole To Win
  • Kenka Banchou 2: Full Throttle (map design) (JP Publisher: Spike)
Developer: Y'sK; Character Modeling, Opening Movie: G-Style; Motion Capture: Acquire; Some Graphics: E-game; Music: Dimension Cruise; Debugging: Pole To Win
  • Metal Saga: Sajin no Kusari / Metal Saga (some graphics, under subcontract with Office Dynamite) (JP Publisher: Success; US Publisher: Atlus)
  • World Tank Museum for Game (co-developed with Rideon?) (JP Publisher: Success)
  • WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 (some graphics?) (US/EU/JP Publisher: THQ)

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