Addition of AltPlus (game developer in Japan, listed company) into XPEC Group, as XPEC became its largest shareholder by acquiring majority of its shares
Addition of E.G-Sain (local coffee shop franchise Ikari Coffee), with ownership acquired by XPEC Group; E-G-Sain is now a subsidiary of XPEC
XPEC participated in the development of PlayStation VR titles and revealed O! My Genesis VR at the 2016 Taipei Game Show. Amongst the 16 titles that were demoed at the show, O! My Genesis VR was the only game to have been developed in Taiwan.
Inauguration of XPEC Art Center Taipei
125 Mar 2015
XPEC acquired full ownership of food manufacturer, E.G-Sain.
XPEC and XPEC Art Center announced their participation in the development and the art production of the blockbuster title Final Fantasy XV.
125 Mar 2014
XPEC Entertainment and Zhonghui Century Media established a joint venture to foray into China’s OTT market by building a new multimedia entertainment platform.
XPEC Entertainment agreed with New Taipei Government to relocate to the Xindian MRT Station Mall in July 2014. The new location is adjacent to the Bitan Scenic Area and XPEC Entertainment will become a proponent for the creation of Bitan Cultural Creativity Park.
XPEC Entertainment acquired Tongbu Network as a strategic move toward the Chinese market.
125 Mar 2013
Inauguration of XPEC Art Center Kaohsiung
125 Mar 2011
Global distribution of cross-platform title Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure
XPEC Entertainment became a publicly listed company in Taiwan.
125 Mar 2010
Global distribution of cross-platform title Shrek Forever After
125 Mar 2009
XPEC’s independently developed browser game Paradise was officially launched in Taiwan under the title Pet Forest.
125 Mar 2008
XPEC’s independently developed browser game Paradise was launched in China.
125 Mar 2007
PSP title Bounty Hounds received the “Best Console Game”, “Best Producer” and “Best Program Design” awards at the 2007 Taipei Game Show.
125 Mar 2006
Launch of Taiwan’s first independently developed PSP title Bounty Hounds in Asia
Official launch of Taiwan’s first independently developed Xbox360 title Spectral Force 3
125 Mar 2005
Global launch of XPEC’s first cross-platform title Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue
125 Mar 2004
Official launch of Taiwan’s first independently developed Xbox Live title Daemon Vector
XPEC launched its first browser game title to cross the PC and mobile platform – Dawn of Time.
XPEC Entertainment announced its collaboration with Namco Limited (renowned Japanese video game developer) at a joint-press event held at the Ministry of Economic Affairs.
125 Mar 2003
XPEC became the first Taiwanese developer to receive development rights for Nintendo’s Game Cube console.
Official launch of Taiwan’s first independently developed Xbox title Black Stone: Magic & Steel in Japan and North America
125 Mar 2001
XPEC launched its first browser game Kingdom of Chaos.
XPEC launched its second browser game Gleam of Peace.