Hudson Soft

Hudson Soft Co., Ltd.
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Hudson Soft logo
Founded May 18, 1973
Defunct March 1, 2012
Headquarters Midtown Tower, Tokyo
Type Subsidiary
Owner(s) Konami
Industry Video games

United States: (archived)
Japan: (archived)

Hudson Soft Co., Ltd. (Japanese: 株式会社ハドソン Hudson Inc.) was a Japanese video game developer owned by Konami. On March 1, 2012, Hudson Soft was merged into Konami Digital Entertainment.

It was founded on May 18, 1973. Initially, Hudson dealt with personal computer products, but has expanded to the development and publishing of video games, mobile content, and video game peripherals.


Pokémon games

Other releases

Prior to its absorption into Konami, Hudson often developed games for publishers other than Konami. It has developed games such as the Mario Party series, published by Nintendo, and Fuzion Frenzy 2, published by Microsoft. It also developed other renowned games such as Bomberman and Adventure Island.

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