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Joystick.png Aspect
Founded 1991-03-25
Defunct No
Major Products Games for Sega systems, 8-bit Sonic games
Key People Kojiro Mikusa (composer of various Aspect games)
Company page in vgmrips Aspect
Company website Aspect Japan

'Aspect Co. Ltd (ja:アスペクチE), is a video game developer, founded in 1991, at Tokyo, Japan. The company is known to be developed Sonic the Hedgehog games for the Sega Game Gear (with the exceptions of Sonic the Hedgehog (developed by Yuzo Koshiro's Ancient), Tails' Sky Patrol (developed by JSH and SIMS), Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (developed by Compile, with some additional programming by Sega) and Sonic Labyrinth (developed by Minato Giken), as well doing the demakes of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and Sonic Chaos for the Sega Master System (as well the original coding of GG Sonic Blast, and Tec Toy ported it to SMS), and Sonic's GameWorld for the Sega Pico.

Many of their developed games didn't have Aspect credited in. Only with staff comparing and game code comparision, we can know what games Aspect developed.

Today, Aspect still develop games (and sometimes, publish them), but their main focus now is for iOS and Android platforms.