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Found someone a while ago who worked at Natsume (won't say who). Here's what they worked on:

FC: 5, SFC: 10, N64: 1, GB: 6, GBA: 16, NDS: 6, PCE: 2, PS: 1, SS: 2, 3DO: 1, Arcade: 1

--CRV 13:48, 19 September 2009 (UTC)

I found this big page about Natsume's works: [1] --Idrougge 22:38, 23 June 2007 (CDT)

Thanks for the link. Unfortunately, Dimitri and I already found it a while back. But I did forget where it was, so thanks again. CRV 02:07, 24 June 2007 (CDT)

Harvest Moon: SNES

CRV, it was developed by "Amccus"?

I don't think so. Story Credits CRV 08:34, 24 July 2012 (CDT)
Maybe it was really Pack-In-Video.

Name, Tarou Natsume

Should it be "Natsume Atari" or "NatsumeAtari?" They're not consistent. And did Tarou Natsume start the company? They even used that name as an example on some contact form I found. CRV (talk) 06:01, 11 November 2016 (CET)

Probably should be NatsumeAtari, that's how their logo is written and seems to be more common on their website. As for Tarou Natsume (夏目太郎) the name shows up on a few early titles, but was that an actual person? It sounds more like an alias to me. JP Wikipedia claims they were named after Natsumezaka Road in Shinjuku. --Dimitri (talk) 07:04, 11 November 2016 (CET)

Nagoya Natsume

It seems like the Nagoya office was technically a separate company at one point. Dr. Slump (1999) and Hokuto no Ken (2000) credit Nagoya Natsume Ltd. (名古屋ナツメ有限会社), while Gear Senshi Dendoh and Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger (both 2001) credit Natsume Co., Ltd. Nagoya Office (ナツメ株式会社名古屋事業所). --Dimitri (talk) 21:53, 8 April 2017 (CEST)

Nagoya and Osaka

According to an interview with Hiroyuki Iwatsuki, he trained for six months under Iku Mizutani in Osaka before going to work in Nagoya. I'm guessing the Osaka office was started after Nagoya, and Mizutani, Hirota, and others worked in Nagoya before going to Osaka. CRV (talk) 01:24, 10 October 2017 (CEST)


Atsushi Okazaki talking about educational software at Konami (from 2003) [2] CRV (talk) 15:50, 12 April 2018 (UTC)