|Type||Brand owned by Konami|
May 18, 1973
Hudson Soft Company, Limited
July 1985 (absorbed into Konami in 2012)
|Key people||Yuji Kudo, founder|
Hiroshi Kudo, founder
|Employees||421 (prior to closure)|
Hudson Soft (ハドソンソフト) is a brand name owned by Konami.
In September 1975, they began selling personal computer related products as Hudson Soft (ハドソンソフト).
The company reorganized as Hudson Soft Company, Limited (株式会社ハドソンソフト) in July 1985.
Hudson Soft became a wholly owned subsidiary of Konami in April 2011. It was absorbed into Konami on March 1, 2012.
Video game consoles by Hudson Soft
In July 1987, Hudson Soft developed the "C62 System", which would become the development kit for the PC Engine, the name the system was given when NEC released it in Japan on October 30, 1987. It would later be released outside of Japan as the TurboGrafx-16, however, it retained the PC Engine brand name in France.
|Name||Year released||Added to museum||Notes|
|TurboGrafx-16||1987||Not yet||Designed by Hudson Soft, marketed and sold by NEC.|
Known as the PC-Engine in Japan and France.
Hudson Soft games owned by WEC Museum
|Title||System||Released||Added to the Museum||Notes|
|Bomberman '93||Wii||2006||August 21, 2013||Virtual Console version of the 1991 TurboGrafx-16 game.|
|SameGame||Super Famicom||1995||July 31, 2017||Super Famicom game that has a slotted cartridge slot for a Satellaview 8M Pack.|