As the company's own biography states, n-Space, Inc. was originally founded in order to exploit the success and abilities of the Sony PlayStation back in 1994. Originally founded by former employees of Martin Marietta’s Advanced Simulation Group, n-Space was an independently organized developer, meaning that they did not receive investments from third-parties, but work exclusively with publishers to earn money for projects.
The founders, being ex-employees of an advanced simulation group, decided that one of their goals would be to make state of the art games using world class 3D military simulators due to their familiarity with 3D graphics technology that would not be in the hands of the public. Prior to n-Space's foundation, the founders also had experience with hardware as working for Martin Marietta. They were involved in the production of SEGA’s Model-2 & Model-3 arcade hardware. As such, n-Space's founders were also trained by a legend in the industry, Yu Suzuki, in the art of game design during production of the game Desert Tank.
n-Space was the second U.S. based developer to receive a prototype of the Wii hardware, which gave them a head start on the development of that console. Having developed Geist for the Nintendo GameCube, they also had appropriate rendering technology for the platform, which is more advanced than many other developers are blessed with.
On March 29, 2016, it was announced that the studio had closed. Their final game was Sword Coast Legends, which had launched in October 2015.