Gaia (株式会社ガイア, Kabushikigaisha Gaia) was a video game developer formed by Kouji "Cozy" Okada following his departure from Atlus in 2003. Okada is best known as one of the co-creators of the Megami Tensei franchise, along with its subseries Devil Summoner and Persona.[1]

IndustryVideo games
FoundedOctober 31, 2003
Key people
Kouji Okada

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner was the first game produced by Gaia. Gaia also assisted Game Republic with Folklore's monster-creation system, and its original title was Monster Kingdom: Unknown Realms. Another Gaia game, Coded Soul: Uketsugareshi Idea, was released in 2008 with numerous gameplay elements in common with both Jewel Summoner and Folklore. The developer's website was inactive in 2010, suggesting it closed and its final project, Cosmic Walker for the Wii, was cancelled.[1]

Games developed edit

Year Title Platform(s) Publisher(s) Note(s)
2006 Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner PlayStation Portable Sony Computer Entertainment (JP), Atlus (NA)
2007 Folklore PlayStation 3 Sony Computer Entertainment Co-developed by Game Republic and Japan Studio
2008 Coded Soul: Uketsugareshi Idea PlayStation Portable Sony Computer Entertainment Co-developed by Japan Studio
2010 Sword & Poker iOS Gaia
2010 Sword & Poker 2 iOS Gaia
Cancelled Cosmic Walker Wii Nintendo

References edit

  1. ^ a b Ronaghan, Neal (October 6, 2010). "Cosmic Walker Developer Possibly Closed". Nintendo World Report. Retrieved May 4, 2012.

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