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Offices: Bellevue, Washington
Valve is an entertainment software and technology company founded in 1996. The company's debut title, Half-Life, has won over 50 Game of the Year Awards and was named Best PC Game Ever in the November 1999, October 2001, and April 2005 issues of PC Gamer, the world's best-selling PC games magazine. In addition to producing best-selling entertainment titles, Valve is a developer of leading-edge technologies such as the Source™ game engine and Steam™, a broadband platform for the delivery and management of digital content.
Vicarious Visions
Offices: Albany, New York
Vicarious Visions is a creator of video and computer games. They are a team of talented, energetic, and highly motivated individuals. Their people come from all areas of the globe, so it brings a very diverse mix of styles to their games. Vicarious Visions makes great games based on innovation and creativity. They work with leading game publishers to reach broad audiences with their content and technology.
Vision Scape Interactive
Offices: San Diego, California
Vision Scape Interactive is a proven production studio that creates high quality 3D rendered game cinematics and game art assets for many of the top publishers in the interactive entertainment industry. They meet high quality game art needs at low production costs. Their extensive experience developing digital art assets combined with excellent project management have earned them a reputation among their clients as a high quality and extremely professional solution to external production. VSI's goal is to make your external production experience seamless to your production process and to lend their art expertise to the process.
Offices: Champaign, Illinois
Volition now has approximately 150 full-time staff, and continues to grow. their next upcoming title will be Saint's Row, and they are working on a number of other as-yet unannounced titles for next-gen consoles. Volition released The Punisher for PS2, Xbox, and PC. By mutual agreement of its founders, Parallax split into two closely-affiliated companies, Volition and Outrage Entertainment. In 2000 Volition was acquired by THQ, and Summoner was released for the PS2. It was the first of five games that Volition ultimately made for the PS2.