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Riot
Riotlogo
Riot's logo

Location:

Tokyo, Japan

Founded:

1988

Defunct:

1994

Riot (also written sometimes as RiOT, formerly Renovation Games or simply Reno) was one of Telenet Japan's in-house development teams. They were mainly responsible for the ports of several Telenet games on the PC Engine, such as Browning, Valis, Exile(also known as XZR) and Xak I & II.

HistoryEdit

Riot was founded in 1988 as Reno (which later splitted in Riot and Renovation Products) and started developing Telenet games for home computers (The first one being Valis II). After 1990 the team moved Its development target to consoles, mostly the PC-Engine CD/Turbografx-CD, but they also developed some games for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Super Famicom/SNES, mostly sequels of games they developed for the home computers. In 1994 they were folded back into Telenet.

GamesEdit

DevelopedEdit

  • Beast Wrestler
  • Browning
  • Death Bringer
  • Edo no Kiba
  • Exile
  • Kiaidan 00
  • Mirai Shōnen Conan
  • Pop 'n Magic
  • Psycho Dream
  • Tenshi no Uta
  • Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku
  • Travel Eple
  • Valis (PC-Engine CD version only)
  • Xak I・II

PortedEdit

  • Cosmic Fantasy Stories
  • Ys III: Wanderers from Ys

PublishedEdit

Valis (PC-Engine CD version only)

  • Vapor Trail

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Many Riot adversiment boards appear in the background buildings of Valis I along with Telenet and many of Its subsidiaries.
  • Riot must not be confused with Riot Games Inc., another game developement company from the U.S. that has nothing to do with Telenet.

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