Creator / Red Entertainment
A Japanese company involved with the creation of various video games, anime series and other properties. Originally founded in 1976 by mangaka Teruhisa "Ouji" Hiroi as the Red Company, the company changed its name to Red Entertainment in 2001.
Red first became involved with video games in 1987, when Hudson Soft
offered to produce Tengai Makyou: Ziria
to provide a Killer App
for the PC Engine
's forthcoming CD-ROM add-on. Red remained closely associated with Hudson throughout the PC Engine
era, providing the console with its mascot.
Red Entertainment was controlled by Sega
from 2002 until November 2005, and was later acquired by the Chinese video game company UltiZen Games in 2011.
Red has been associated with the following games/shows/franchises: