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* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch; 2019)

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* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch; (Nintendo Switch; 2019)


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo would [[https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210105e.pdf eventually purchase the developer]] in 2021 after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3''.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo would later [[https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210105e.pdf eventually purchase purchased the developer]] in 2021 after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3''.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo would [[https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210105e.pdf eventually purchase the developer]] in 2021, after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'', which is also Next Level's most recent game.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo would [[https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210105e.pdf eventually purchase the developer]] in 2021, 2021 after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'', which is also Next Level's most recent game.
''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3''.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo would [[https://twitter.com/GearoidReidy/status/1346351843782234112 eventually purchase the developer]] in 2021, after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'', which is also Next Level's most recent game.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo would [[https://twitter.com/GearoidReidy/status/1346351843782234112 [[https://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2021/210105e.pdf eventually purchase the developer]] in 2021, after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'', which is also Next Level's most recent game.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company's most recent game is the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise, their first title on the Nintendo Switch.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be they began exclusively producing games for Nintendo. Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company's [[https://twitter.com/GearoidReidy/status/1346351843782234112 eventually purchase the developer]] in 2021, after the success of ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'', which is also Next Level's most recent game is the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise, their first title on the Nintendo Switch.
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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company's most recent game is the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company's most recent game is the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.
franchise, their first title on the Nintendo Switch.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company company's most recent game is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.


* ''[=NHL=] Hitz Pro'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, UsefulNotes/XBox, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2; 2004)



* ''[=NHL=] Hitz Pro'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, UsefulNotes/XBox, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2; 2004)
* ''[[VideoGame/MarioStrikers Super Mario Strikers]]'' (Nintendo [=GameCube=]; 2005)
* ''Mario Strikers Charged'' (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}; 2007)

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* ''[=NHL=] Hitz Pro'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, UsefulNotes/XBox, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2; 2004)
* ''[[VideoGame/MarioStrikers Super Mario Strikers]]''
''Super VideoGame/MarioStrikers'' (Nintendo [=GameCube=]; 2005)
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''Mario Strikers Charged'' (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}; 2007)2007)
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* ''[[TabletopGame/TicketToRide Ticket to Ride]]'' (UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade; 2008)

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* ''[[TabletopGame/TicketToRide Ticket to Ride]]'' ''TabletopGame/TicketToRide'' (UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade; 2008)2008)
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* ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii]]'' (Wii; 2010)

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* ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Tom ''Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii]]'' VideoGame/GhostRecon Wii'' (Wii; 2010)


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* ''[=NHL=] Hitz Pro'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, UsefulNotes/XBox, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, 2004)
* ''[[VideoGame/MarioStrikers Super Mario Strikers]]'' (Nintendo [=GameCube=], 2005)
* ''Mario Strikers Charged'' (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, 2007)
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManFriendOrFoe'' ([=PlayStation=] 2, Wii, and UsefulNotes/Xbox360, 2007)
* ''[[TabletopGame/TicketToRide Ticket to Ride]]'' (UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade, 2008)
* ''Jungle Speed'' (UsefulNotes/WiiWare, 2009)
* ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' (Wii, 2009)
** ''Doc Louis' Punch Out!!'' ([=WiiWare=], 2009)
* ''VideoGame/TransformersCybertronAdventures'' (Wii, 2010)
* ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii]]'' (Wii, 2010)
* ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaSuperSoldier'' (Xbox 360 and UsefulNotes/Playstation3, 2011)
* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' (UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, 2013)
* ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeFederationForce'' (Nintendo 3DS, 2016)
* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, 2019)

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* ''[=NHL=] Hitz Pro'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube, UsefulNotes/XBox, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/PlayStation2; 2004)
* ''[[VideoGame/MarioStrikers Super Mario Strikers]]'' (Nintendo [=GameCube=], [=GameCube=]; 2005)
* ''Mario Strikers Charged'' (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, (UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}; 2007)
* ''VideoGame/SpiderManFriendOrFoe'' ([=PlayStation=] 2, Wii, and UsefulNotes/Xbox360, UsefulNotes/Xbox360; 2007)
* ''[[TabletopGame/TicketToRide Ticket to Ride]]'' (UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade, (UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade; 2008)
* ''Jungle Speed'' (UsefulNotes/WiiWare, (UsefulNotes/WiiWare; 2009)
* ''VideoGame/PunchOut'' (Wii, (Wii; 2009)
** ''Doc Louis' Punch Out!!'' ([=WiiWare=], ([=WiiWare=]; 2009)
* ''VideoGame/TransformersCybertronAdventures'' (Wii, (Wii; 2010)
* ''[[VideoGame/GhostRecon Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wii]]'' (Wii, (Wii; 2010)
* ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaSuperSoldier'' (Xbox 360 and UsefulNotes/Playstation3, UsefulNotes/Playstation3; 2011)
* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' (UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, (UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS; 2013)
* ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeFederationForce'' (Nintendo 3DS, 3DS; 2016)
* ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion3'' (UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch, (UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch; 2019)


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball football/soccer]] action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball football/soccer]] football/soccer action of the ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball football/soccer]] action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' ''Mario Strikers'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in an interview that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in [[https://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/205707/Next_Level_Games_Working_with_Nintendo_making_a_studio_great_for_developers.php an interview interview]] that the company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward.forward, though they would still remain an independent developer. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. [=NLG=] would continue to work with other publishers however, until January 2014, when they announced an exclusivity deal with the Japanese publisher.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, delivering the high-octane action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' games and the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. [=NLG=] Next Level Games would continue to work with other publishers however, such as Creator/{{Activision}} and Creator/{{Sega}} on various licensed games and ports until January 2014, when they announced 2014; at which point, studio co-founder Jason Carr stated in an exclusivity deal with interview that the Japanese publisher.
company would be exclusively producing games for Nintendo going forward. The company is currently developing the third entry in the ''VideoGame/LuigisMansion'' franchise.


'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, developing arcade-style sports titles such as the ''Mario Strikers'' games and 2009's ''Punch Out'', but would continue to work with other publishers in the meantime. Next Level Games would later announce their exclusively with Nintendo in January 2014 following the successful release of ''Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon'', though the studio still officially remains independently-owned from the Japanese publisher.

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'''Next Level Games''' is a video game development company based out of UsefulNotes/{{Vancouver}} that was founded in October 2002. The Canadian studio quickly found itself in a close partnership with Creator/{{Nintendo}}, developing arcade-style sports titles such as delivering the ''Mario Strikers'' high-octane action of the ''[[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball Mario Strikers]]'' games and 2009's ''Punch Out'', but the quirky, rhythmic boxing of ''Punch-Out!! Wii''. [=NLG=] would continue to work with other publishers in the meantime. Next Level Games would later announce their exclusively with Nintendo in however, until January 2014 following the successful release of ''Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon'', though the studio still officially remains independently-owned from 2014, when they announced an exclusivity deal with the Japanese publisher.publisher.

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