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Hop to the Top anchor name = #yager-development-gmbh YAGER Development GMBH
YAGER is an independent developer of computer and video games based in Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1999 by five dedicated developers and artists, our focus is the creation of vivid and meaningful AAA gaming experiences. Today, a team of 130 developers is busy at work bringing YAGER's vision of gaming to life. YAGER specializes in the creation of AAA, multi-platform action experiences for a global audience. Attention to detail is a hallmark of our development; from refining gameplay to the point of excellence, to instilling both the stories and the environments with enough depth and detail to set our products apart. With a strong engineering side, YAGER is utilizing the best and most advanced technology in order to breathe life into its vision of gaming. YAGER is an English-speaking studio and employs more than 130 people from 20 different countries. This rich mix of individual skills, backgrounds, and perspectives creates an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere vital to the success of our productions. Everyone is encouraged to contribute their ideas and experience. We also make sure to celebrate and reward our achievements with company parties and beers over a successful milestone.Yager Development GmbH is an independent German video game developer founded in 1999 by 5 developers and artists. They are most known for developing Yager in 2003, Spec Ops: The Line in 2012 with 2K Games. They later began work on Dead Island 2 together with Deep Silver, however Deep Silver cut ties with Yager in 2015. As a result, Yager Development's division, Yager Productions GmbH, filed for insolvency in July 2015. Spec Ops: The Line has won multiple awards, including Machinima.com's 2012 Inside Gaming Awards for the Best Narrative.
Hop to the Top anchor name = #yukes-co-ltd YUKE'S CO., Ltd.
A well-established developer, having helped turn professional wrestling games into a major category in Japan and abroad. YUKE'S specializes in combat sports games, where even musculature, clothing, and hair are realistically expressed. Through YUKE'S expertise, many popular series are offered profitably to the worldwide market. YUKE'S has developed overseas operations by succesfully promoting partnerships with leading international publishers. The best known example of this is YUKE'S partnership with THQ Inc., in developing the "SmackDown!" series of licensed World Wrestling Federation games. The is the largest professional wrestling organization in the United States. YUKE'S is experienced with all levels of international development, including production, legal concerns, and localization. Through this, YUKE'S has enjoyed tremendous success not only in Japan, but in the North American and European markets as well.Yuke's Co. Ltd. (also known as Yuke's Future Media Creators) is a video game company based in OsakaJapan. It was established on February 26, 1993 by Yukinori Taniguchi. The company is best known for their development of the WWE game series. Other games they have made include Evil ZoneEOE: Eve of ExtinctionSword of the Berserk: Guts' RageBerserk Millennium Falcon Arc: Chapter of the Holy Demon WarSoukaigiRumble RosesThe Incredibles: Rise of the UnderminerUFC 2009 UndisputedUFC Undisputed 2010UFC Undisputed 3 and the D1 Grand Prix series (which they also sponsor). From 2005 to 2012, Yuke's also owned 54% of New Japan Pro Wrestling, the top professional wrestling promotion in Japan. It was also their DVD production house.

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Hop to the Top anchor name = #yuki-enterprise-inc Yuki Enterprise Inc. now known as Examu
Yuki develops and publishes computer and videogames as well as offers a computer networking service.Examu, formerly known as Yuki Enterprise, is a Japanese video game company created in 2007 who mostly produces fighting games for arcades and home consoles. Initially, they developed games for their own arcade system board called eX-BOARD, to then release their games almost exclusively on Taito's NESiCAxLive arcade delivery system. Support for eX-BOARD ceased in December, 2013