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Banpresto

Dragon Ball Z Absolute Perfection Goku


Regular price $44.95 Sale

Dragon Ball Z Absolute Perfection Goku
Dragon Ball Z Absolute Perfection Goku

Banpresto

Dragon Ball Z Absolute Perfection Goku

Regular price $44.95 Sale

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Banpresto Co., Ltd. (株式会社バンプレスト Kabushiki gaisha Banpuresuto) is a Japanese toy company, and a former game developer and publishing, headquartered in the Shinagawa Seaside West Building in Shinagawa, Tokyo.[3] The current iteration of the company was formed on April 1, 2008, with the focus on the toy consumer business.

The original company was founded April 1977 as Hoei Sangyo, Co. Ltd.. During the 1980s it worked mainly as a subcontractor for Sega and its arcade division,[4] and the company was renamed Coreland in 1982. It started to be partially owned by Bandai in 1989, when it gained its current name, it became a wholly owned subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings in March 2006.

Banpresto has created a variety of Japan-only video games, most notably the Super Robot Wars series. Other projects include anime tie-in games such as the Slam Dunk basketball games and Tenchi Muyou! Game Hen. Banpresto also made the Another Century's Episode series, a collaboration with FromSoftware, and the Compati Hero series of games which crosses over the Ultraman, Kamen Rider and Gundam franchises. Banpresto also makes several varieties of mechanical prize-winning games.

As Coreland, the company has produced a number of games for Sega, including Pengo, 4-D Warriors and I'm Sorry. Banpresto's video game operations were merged with BEC to form the successor company B.B. Studio, which was delegated into Bandai Namco Games on April 1, 2008.