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Flagship

A former game developer and former subsidiary of Capcom

Flagship

Flagship Co., Ltd. was a subsidary of Capcom and was originally based in Tokyo1 and later in Osaka2. It was founded by Yoshiki Okamoto and Noboru Sugima. Capcom brought in screenwriters with teleivision and film backgrounds and setup this subsidiary specifically to write the scenarios behind videogames. Included were Hirohasa Masuda (Power Rangers, Masuda) and Shozo Uehara (Ultraman).3

President Yoshiki Okamoto left Capcom on June 2003 to form Game Republic.4. Noboru Sugima died on February 25, 20055. Flagship was fully acquired by Capcom in June 20076.

The company is best known for it's development of The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap. The studio was also responsible for collaboration on Kirby & The Amazing Mirror (with Dimps & Hal Laboratory) and Kirby: Squeek Squad (with Natsume). It's also known for the script input into the Onimusha series.

Company Profile

Founded
April 19977
Defunct
June 2007 (fully acquired by Capcom)
President
Yoshiki Okamoto
Location
Osaka, Japan
Key People
Yoshiki Okamoto (former president)
Noboru Sugima

Notes
  1. Capcom Annual Report 1998, pp. 25

  2. Capcom Annual Report 2006, pp. 49

  3. Capcom Annual Report 1998, pp. 5

  4. Gamespot

  5. Gamespot

  6. Capcom Company History

  7. Capcom Annual Report, 2006, pp. 48

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