Veteran Japanese Studio Seta Closes Doors

Gamasutra has learned that Japanese game and pachinko studio Seta Corp. (Super Entertainment and Total Amusement) has recently closed, due in part to the current international financial crisis, according to a winding-up notice.

A full subsidiary of pachinko and slot machine company (and former SNK owner) Aruze Corp. as of 2007, Seta was established in 1985 and was based in Tokyo, releasing dozens of video games for various PC, arcade, and console platforms.

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