What did you name your company?

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#1 Posted by solidwolf52 (300 posts) -

I personally payed homage to giantbomb by calling mine Carbon Neutral. 

#2 Posted by The_Joker (217 posts) -

Ascot Games

#3 Posted by CraigAA1028 (546 posts) -

Game-O-Vision to honor Code Monkeys :) 
 
Then I just put in whatever popped into my head so my next two were Darkside and then Playsoft.

#4 Posted by VirtuaXav (449 posts) -

Yoobisoft. I'm way cool...

#5 Posted by allenibrahim (377 posts) -

I called my original company Carbon Neutral as well, but I deleted that save early on because I thought I made too many bad decisions and went bankrupt (turns out? contracts are important!) So my current mutli-award winning one is Nambu Studios, named after a crazy Indian Science teacher in my school that my friends and I make fun of a lot. NAMBUDRIPAD!!!!!!

#6 Posted by canucks13 (10 posts) -

Integral, first console was the differentiator.

#7 Posted by Entus (253 posts) -

Whirl World. 
 
Makers of the popular MMO, World of Whirl.

#8 Posted by Blind_Evil (306 posts) -

Gnawsome Games.  Without the space in between. 
 
I named it on a whim because I did not think I'd spend upward of 6 hours with the game.

#9 Posted by suikoden352 (419 posts) -

RnD studios

#10 Posted by Wunder_ (1167 posts) -

WunderWerkz

#11 Posted by supermike6 (3530 posts) -

I named mine "Bitches?" because I thought it would be funny. It made everyone's letters, reading "I love Bitches?", a lot more satisfying. 
 
Also, the companies would constantly say, "Just what I would expect from Bitches?" which may even be better.

#12 Posted by Willin (1277 posts) -

Sandwich Games.
 
Unfortunately, cooking genre is not in the game to my knowledge. :(

#13 Posted by Blair (2497 posts) -

Kruger Industrial Studios.

#14 Posted by overbyte (86 posts) -

Sellout Studios

#15 Posted by Hammerjelly (221 posts) -

Hammer Bros.

#16 Posted by GunnBjorn (2911 posts) -

Sapristi, Inc.
#17 Posted by Mrskidders (1330 posts) -

Cuntpunch inc.

#18 Edited by MuttersomeTaxicab (667 posts) -

My first company was 14 Characters. 
 
my second was 'Fullbrog!' 
 
Just put out a state-of-the-art console at year 12 with Fullbrog. The "best game ever" award continues to elude me. I imagine I need solid 10s across the board?
#19 Posted by Mikemcn (6936 posts) -

Dingo Fever (Games)
 
Stupid 14 character limit! I had to make the games part implied.

#20 Posted by theacclaimed (38 posts) -

I called mine Latch inspired by Valve.

#21 Posted by tsolless (465 posts) -

Shit Flung Fun
 
Fits perfectly into the character limit and I think it's kind of catchy.

#22 Posted by Skald (4366 posts) -

StatsCred LLC 
 
I wanted something that sounded generic, techy, and businesslike. This was after all my unique ideas failed, being more than fourteen characters and all.

#23 Posted by Mevvem (21 posts) -

Bungzard

#24 Posted by Artikay (112 posts) -

GameScape. 
 
When I was a kid, I wanted to start a video game company and thats the name I came up with waayy back when. For some reason it came back to me when it asked me to input the name.
#25 Posted by NekuSakuraba (7240 posts) -

Broken Glass.

#26 Posted by twistedvibe (3 posts) -

Weyland Yutani
 
Spot the reference!

#27 Posted by Zero_ (1973 posts) -

Naughty Cow
 
Creative, I know.

#28 Posted by MikkaQ (10262 posts) -

Mine was Jaywalk Studio.  
 
I always use Jaywalker when I need company names. 

#29 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5042 posts) -

SethCo 
Yo Sun 
Lacy&Photo 
SZ Studios

#30 Posted by Zidane_24 (738 posts) -

Voodoo Studios.

#31 Posted by Driadon (2995 posts) -

I was right with you on Carbon Neutral. My second play through I named my company Rivet Games, though.

#32 Posted by Clumsyman (10 posts) -

Recycled Inc. cause Recycled Concepts was too long.
 
The next one will be called Obsidian and they will only make sequels to Recycled games.  And they will ship with no debugging done.

#33 Posted by StartAndPause (115 posts) -

Steamyvalve. Original 'Yo!

#34 Posted by AimingWandersly (179 posts) -

First company: Jesus Fish Prod.
Second: FML Studios

#35 Posted by Guyzea (814 posts) -

Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.

#36 Posted by Afroman269 (7387 posts) -

No Name Studios

#37 Posted by A_Dog (743 posts) -

Encyclopedia Games although I couldn't get games in due to the character limit.

#38 Posted by ADAMWD (561 posts) -

Half Block

#39 Posted by GioSpy (99 posts) -

Console Abuse.
 
And if anyone takes that name: I WILL KNOW! >.>

#40 Posted by Zed_Freshly (9 posts) -

Lyinhead Studios.
 
(Technically "LyinhedStudios" due to the arbitrary 14-letter limit.)  Sadly, our Robot Adventure game "TransFable" was not well-received.  I blame our frontman for claiming that it would be "The greatest Robot Adventure game of all time."

#41 Posted by JammyJesus (769 posts) -

Deep Kick Co. 

#42 Edited by fentonalpha (819 posts) -

KoTech:
 
Currently "Call of Rversi" and "Running Hero" are in the hall of fame with 4 sequels each.

#43 Posted by Andrela (621 posts) -

Dic Ksink.
 
Dunno wtf was going on in my head

#44 Posted by Mister_Snig (553 posts) -

Nakatomi Games. 
 
I was watching Die Hard at the time >_>

#45 Posted by rjayb89 (7716 posts) -

GAMERFUEL 
 
Couldn't think of anything at the time.

#46 Posted by JJWeatherman (14553 posts) -

I hate the character limit. It ruined all of my good ideas. Ended up going with Weather Inc. I believe. I want to change it.

#47 Posted by eezo (284 posts) -

Called it "Kompis" it means Buddy in norwegian

#48 Posted by JacDG (2113 posts) -

Crazy Title is my second game, can't remember the name of my first studio.

#49 Posted by Teaspoon83 (622 posts) -

Spoon Studios of course!

#50 Posted by Three0neFive (2285 posts) -

videogames

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