Metro3D, Inc. (anciennement Metropolis Digital, Inc.) était une société américaine de développement et d'édition de jeux vidéo. Basée à San José en Californie, et fondée en 1998, l'entreprise a publié plusieurs jeux pour les consoles Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, et PlayStation 2↑ http://web.archive.org/web/20051223155158/http://www.metro3d.com/corporate.html

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  • Metro3D, Inc. (anciennement Metropolis Digital, Inc.) était une société américaine de développement et d'édition de jeux vidéo. Basée à San José en Californie, et fondée en 1998, l'entreprise a publié plusieurs jeux pour les consoles Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, et PlayStation 2
  • Metro3D, Inc. (formerly Metropolis Digital, Inc.) was an American video game developer and publisher. Based in San Jose, California and founded in 1998, the company released several games for the Dreamcast, Game Boy Color (GBC), Game Boy Advance (GBA), and PlayStation 2 (PS2) consoles.Originally founded as Metropolis Digital, Inc., the company developed Star Command: Revolution, published by GT Interactive for DOS in 1996. In 1998, the developer began seeking beta testers for its new online game Armada. On April 27, 1999, the company, headed by ex-Capcom employees Joe Morici and George Nakayama, renamed itself Metro3D, Inc. after signing an agreement with Nintendo of America to become a third-party developer for Nintendo 64 and GBC games.The company's CEO, Dr. Stephen C.H. Lin, and the US branch of the company filed Chapter 11 bankrupsy on April 19, 2004 after defaulting on a series of loans from Cathay Bank totaling $6.5 million. The company's European division was sold off in June 2005 to Stewart Green of Green Solutions Limited, but continued to operate in the region.
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  • Metro3D, Inc. (anciennement Metropolis Digital, Inc.) était une société américaine de développement et d'édition de jeux vidéo. Basée à San José en Californie, et fondée en 1998, l'entreprise a publié plusieurs jeux pour les consoles Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, et PlayStation 2↑ http://web.archive.org/web/20051223155158/http://www.metro3d.com/corporate.html
  • Metro3D, Inc. (formerly Metropolis Digital, Inc.) was an American video game developer and publisher. Based in San Jose, California and founded in 1998, the company released several games for the Dreamcast, Game Boy Color (GBC), Game Boy Advance (GBA), and PlayStation 2 (PS2) consoles.Originally founded as Metropolis Digital, Inc., the company developed Star Command: Revolution, published by GT Interactive for DOS in 1996.
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