Video System

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Joystick.png Video System
VideoSystem.jpg
Founded 1984-12
Defunct 2001
Major Products Various F-1 games, Aero Fighters series
Key People Naoki Itamura (former Video System composer)
Company page in vgmrips Video System
Company website N / A


Video System Co., Ltd (ja:ビデオシスチE��, often called as V-System) was a video game company, founded in 1984, at Kyoto, Japan. The company was formed by former Visco people.

Video System is known to be developed a variety of Formula 1 games (many of them, licensed by FOCA and Fuji TV), as well for some fighting games, and the Aero Fighters / Sonic Wings series of shooters.

Althrough Video System was closed their business in 2001, some staff moved on to Psikyo, in order to producing various Sonic Wings sequels. HAMSTER Corporation, the former gaming division of Toshiba EMI owned all Video System's game library, re-releasing the Video System titles into various platforms.