25 Mar 2013

Video game developer closing shop in Toronto

A Toronto-based gaming studio will flip the off switch at the end of March, according to an employee interview with the Financial Post.

Tecmo Koei Canada Inc., a video game console developer and designer of mobile games Samurai Cats and My Monster Rancher, is closing shop after a major presence in the Toronto developers market.

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"It was definitely an interesting experience at Tecmo Koei Canada," the former employee of Tecmo Koei Harold Li said. "We had a ton of talented people who put in their best efforts, and it's unfortunate that things didn't go as well as it could."

Koei Canada Inc. started in 2001 as a computer graphics studio for the company's headquarters in Japan. Fatal Inertia, released in 2007 for the Xbox 360, was its first in-house product.

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