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Hitmaker Games

Information in the game database is updated periodically. Below, you'll find that information compiled as pertains to Hitmaker. The company may be involved as a publisher, developer or both.


Confidential Mission [May 16, 2001]
Crazy Taxi [February 1, 2000]
Crazy Taxi 2 [May 30, 2001]
SegaGaGa [March 29, 2001]
Tennis 2K2 [October 24, 2001]
Virtua Athlete 2000 [September 13, 2000]
Virtua Tennis [July 12, 2000]


A Witch's Tale [November, 2009]


Crazy Taxi [November 18, 2001]


Sega Rally Championship [2004]
Virtua Tennis [December 8, 2003]

PC & Miscellaneous

Crazy Taxi (PC) [September 30, 2002]

PlayStation 2

Crazy Taxi [May 15, 2001]
Cyber Troopers Virtual-On Marz [October 14, 2003]
Sega Sports Tennis [July 30, 2002]
Virtual-On: Marz [October 14, 2003]

PlayStation 3

Last Rebellion [February 23, 2010]


Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light [July 18, 2006]
Dragoneer's Aria [August 21, 2007]


Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller [July 24, 2002]

Xbox 360

Crazy Taxi [November 24, 2010]

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