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'''ASC Games''' (The '''American Softworks Corporation''') is a computer and video game publishing company that was founded in 1992 and soon became a major publisher for games on the [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]], SNES and Sega Genesis. ASC was also the publisher of the first [[Grand Theft Auto 1|Grand Theft Auto]] game for the [[Personal Computer|PC]] and [[PlayStation]] (in 1997, developed by [[DMA Design]]), before [[Rockstar Games]] resumed publishing for other [[Grand Theft Auto]] games, as well as GTA1.
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'''ASC Games''' (The '''American Softworks Corporation''') is a computer and video game publishing company that was founded in 1992 and soon became a major publisher for games on the [[Nintendo Entertainment System|NES]], SNES and Sega Genesis. ASC was also the publisher of the first [[Grand Theft Auto 1|Grand Theft Auto]] game for the [[Personal Computer|PC]] and [[PlayStation]] (in 1997, developed by [[DMA Design]]), before [[Rockstar Games]] resumed publishing for other [[Grand Theft Auto]] games, as well as GTA 1.
  
 
ASC was based in Darien, Connecticut until the company closed down in January 2000.
 
ASC was based in Darien, Connecticut until the company closed down in January 2000.

Latest revision as of 00:44, 21 September 2010

ASC Games (The American Softworks Corporation) is a computer and video game publishing company that was founded in 1992 and soon became a major publisher for games on the NES, SNES and Sega Genesis. ASC was also the publisher of the first Grand Theft Auto game for the PC and PlayStation (in 1997, developed by DMA Design), before Rockstar Games resumed publishing for other Grand Theft Auto games, as well as GTA 1.

ASC was based in Darien, Connecticut until the company closed down in January 2000.

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