Too Kyo Games is a Japanese independent game developer company. The company was created in 2017 by former employees of Spike Chunsoft, including writer of the Danganronpa series Kazutaka Kodaka and the writer and director for the Zero Escape series Kotaro Uchikoshi. Besides them, composer Masafumi Takada and illustrator Rui Komatsuzaki (both known for their work with Kodaka in the Danganronpa franchise), assistant writer Yoichiro Koizumi (who worked in Danganronpa spin-offs Ultra Despair Hagakure and Killer Killer), illustrator Shimadrill (who did the CGs for UDG and V3) and director Takumi Nakazawa (who worked Uchikoshi in the Infinity series).
The company was publicly announced in September of 2018, revealed to be working in 4 projects with original IPs.
- Death Come True (June 2020)
- A full motion video game about a serial killer who wakes up in a hotel having lost his memory. The game is written and directed by Kodaka, scored by Takada, and published by Izanagi Games. It is the 5th of Too Kyo Games' IPs to be announced, but was the first released.
- World's End Club (September 2020)
- A game described as "A Childrens Death Game, By Children, for Children" with Kodaka, Uchikoshi and Nakazawa working on it where a group of children play a death game. Developed in conjunction with Grounding Inc. Initially presented as Project #3.
- Extreme X Despair
- A yet undescribed game project on which all members of the company are working on, with Kodaka and Uchikoshi working on the scenario together. Initially presented as Project #1.
- Project #4
- A yet undescribed "Dark Fantasy-Esque Mystery" game project worked on by both Spike Chunsoft and Too Kyo Games, a project that Kodaka started working on before his retirement from the former. Komatsuzaki is designing the characters, Shimadoriru is designing the background, and Takada is in charge of sound direction, and the only piece of concept art related to it depicts a cyberpunk-ish world.
- Tribe Nine
- A game centering around gang wars, carried out through deadly games of "Extreme Baseball", that take place over all 23 wards of Tokyo. The game is being developed in collaboration between Kodaka and Akatsuki's Shuuhei Yamaguchi.