Inc. is the ultimate multi-platform game developer and
publisher of original and "classic" action,
strategy and role playing interactive entertainment software.
Its broad library of software titles supports future-generation
video game systems, including the Xbox™ video game
system from Microsoft®, Nintendo® Game Boy®
Advance, Nintendo® GameCube® , and the Sony PlayStation®
in Downtown San Jose, California, Metro3D is a privately
held company with worldwide operations in the United
States, Taiwan, Japan, and Europe.
Celebration Of The Video Game Classics"
Since the company's founding in 1998, Metro3D has quickly
established itself as a leading contender in the video
game marketplace. In less than five years, Metro3D has
introduced some of the industry's most critically acclaimed
game titles for a broad base of platforms, ranging from
the PC, Nintendo Game Boy Color, and Sega Dreamcast
, to the next generation platforms: PlayStation 2, the
Xbox™ video game system and Game Boy Advance.
Leveraging the strength and talent of its own state-of-the-art
in-house development team, exclusive worldwide partnership
with Cinemaware, Inc., and other strategic development
partners, Metro3D is committed to the creation of the
finest quality and technologically spectacular video
game products available.
brings back the timeless appeal, nostalgic fun and popularity
of the 80s and 90s most "classic" video game
titles, while celebrating the heritage of these award-winning
and highly successful titles with a new evolution of
gamers. Additionally, Metro3D's winning combination
of development expertise in 3-Dimensional rendering,
graphics and sound, digital effects, content creation,
game strategy and design, continues to earn the company
respect among future-generation game enthusiasts worldwide.
titles are currently in development for a variety of
platforms for release in 2004 and beyond. Metro3D's
existing library of games includes Armada for Sega Dreamcast;
Armada F/X Racers, Chase HQ: Secret Police and Puzzle
Master for Game Boy Color; The Three Stooges , Aero
the Acrobat, Dual Blades and Defender of the Crown,
Wings and Gem Smashers for Game Boy Advance; Dark Angel,
Sub Rebellion and Smash Cars for Sony PlayStation 2;
Stake and Dinosaur Hunting for Microsoft Xbox.
Achievements and Awards:
Armada for the Sega Dreamcast nominated for "Game
of the Year 2000".
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