SystemSoft Alpha

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SystemSoft Alpha
Founded: 1979-09[1] (as SystemSoft)
T-series code: T-52
Merged into: Alpha Shock (March 2001)
Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City, Fukuoka, Japan

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SystemSoft (システムソフト), was a Japanese video game developer.

Sega has a long history with the company's flagship Daisenryaku franchise, starting with Super Daisenryaku in 1989. The core of this partnership is the Advanced Daisenryaku side of the series, which has been co-produced with Sega from the start. Sega of Japan has a website,, with their newer partnerships.

In March 2001, SystemSoft's software back catalogue and branding was purchased by Alpha Shock[2]. Alpha Shock would change its name to SystemSoft Alpha on 18th May 2001[2].

In 2020, SystemSoft Alpha was renamed as SystemSoft Beta and changed the headquarters to Fukuoka.[3]


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