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Q Entertainment is a Japanese video game developer. The studio creates, produces, and publishes digital entertainment content across multiple game consoles, PC broadband and mobile units. It was founded on October 10, 2003 by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, formerly of Sega
Sega
(where he was best known for producing the Dreamcast
Dreamcast
games Space Channel 5
Space Channel 5
and Rez), and Shuji Utsumi, former founding member of Sony Computer Entertainment America, Senior VP of Sega
Sega
Enterprises, Ltd., and head of Disney (Buena Vista Games) Asia. It is best known for their music and luminary action puzzle game series Lumines, which was released worldwide in 2004/2005 for the PlayStation Portable
PlayStation Portable
system and has now developed into mobile (Lumines Mobile), Xbox Live Arcade
Xbox Live Arcade
( Lumines
Lumines
Live!) and PlayStation 2
PlayStation 2
(Lumines Plus) platforms. Q Entertainment's line-up also includes the action puzzle title Meteos
Meteos
for the Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS
and fantasy action title Ninety-Nine Nights
Ninety-Nine Nights
for the Xbox 360. Their latest title, Lumines Electronic Symphony, was released in February 2012 for the PlayStation Vita. Tetsuya Mizuguchi
Tetsuya Mizuguchi
left the company in 2013. He founded Enhance Games in 2014 and he is the CEO of that company.[1]

Contents

1 Games released 2 Games co-developed and released 3 Games in development 4 References 5 External links

Games released[edit]

Lumines
Lumines
— (2004) (PlayStation Portable) Meteos
Meteos
— (2005) (Nintendo DS) Every Extend Extra
Every Extend Extra
— (2006) (PlayStation Portable) Lumines
Lumines
Live! — (2006) (Xbox Live Arcade) Lumines
Lumines
II — (2006) (PlayStation Portable) Every Extend Extra
Every Extend Extra
Extreme — (2007) (Xbox Live Arcade) Meteos
Meteos
Wars — (2008) (Xbox Live Arcade) Lumines
Lumines
Supernova — (2008) (PlayStation 3) Q?pid -FINGER PUZZLE- — (2009) (Apple iOS) Lumines
Lumines
Touch Fusion — (2009) (Apple iOS) Child of Eden
Child of Eden
(2011) (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3)[2] Lumines
Lumines
Electronic Symphony (2012) (PlayStation Vita) Guardian Hearts Online (2012) (PlayStation Vita)

Games co-developed and released[edit]

Ninety-Nine Nights
Ninety-Nine Nights
(N3) — (2006) (Xbox 360) co-developed by Phantagram Lumines
Lumines
Mobile — (2006) (Mobile Phone) Meteos
Meteos
Mobile — (2006) (Mobile Phone) Battle Stadium D.O.N
Battle Stadium D.O.N
— (2006) (Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation 2), co-developed by Takara Tomy
Takara Tomy
and Eighting Co., Ltd. Gunpey
Gunpey
DS — (2006) (Nintendo DS), co-developed by Koto Laboratory Gunpey
Gunpey
— (2006) (PlayStation Portable), co-developed by Koto Laboratory Lumines
Lumines
Plus — (2007) (PlayStation 2) Meteos: Disney Magic — (2007) (Nintendo DS) Lumines
Lumines
— (2007) (PC) Rez
Rez
HD — (2008) (Xbox Live Arcade) Meteos
Meteos
Online — (2007) (PC) Angels Online
Angels Online
— (2007) (PC, PlayStation 3) Peggle
Peggle
— (2009) (Nintendo DS) Ninety-Nine Nights
Ninety-Nine Nights
II (2010) (Xbox 360), co-developed by feelplus Destiny of Spirits
Destiny of Spirits
(2014) (PlayStation Vita), co-developed by SCE Japan
Japan
Studio Heroes of Infinity (2014) (PlayStation Vita), co-developed by Moregeek Entertainment

Games in development[edit]

Angel Senki — (TBA) (PC, PlayStation 3)[3] developed by UserJoy Technology

References[edit]

^ http://bitsummit.org/2015/?page_id=3388 ^ " Child of Eden
Child of Eden
Updated Hands-On: Evolution and the Journey Project". GameSpot. 2010-09-28. Retrieved 2010-09-29. [permanent dead link] ^ Tanaka, John (2009-05-15). "IGN: Q's New MMORPG for PS3". IGN. Fox Interactive. Retrieved 2009-05-17. 

External links[edit]

Official Q Entertainment website Q Entertainment profile on MobyGames Authoritative expose on Q Entertainment and thei

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