Tokyo Cool Japan
- Game Department (1 Majors)
- Anime Department (1 Majors)
To apply for these programs you need a minimum of JLPT Level N2.
What comes to mind when you think of video games? Unique stories and characters? Unforgettable music? Exciting combat? No matter what you prefer, most would agree that game players and creators are both full of passion. This passion in Japan has made its game studios popular worldwide. This department makes you the hero of your own story, where you can help create memorable experiences for the entire world to enjoy.
- Scenario writer
- Game director
- Game programmer
- Application engineer
- Web programmer
- Background designer
- UI designer
- 3DCG Designer
- 3D background designer
- Motion designer
- Video creator
- Promotion planner
- Game magazine writer
- Game sound creator
- Professional gamer
- E-sports commentator
- Start your training six months before classes start and see how your classes will be relevant first-hand at game studios
- Show off your work at a Tokyo Game Studio exhibition
- Break into teams and participate in local game jams
- Produce games with well-known companies such as Takara
- Receive support building a portfolio to show off to prospective companies
Learn how to write PR relevant to the industry and communicate the news that gamers need to know.
Study how games are made to become a planner and scenario writer who can create brand new games that will amaze your audience.
Learn the game development engine Unity and general programming languages such as C, C++ and PHP.
Mobile Application Development
Become an expert in creating mobile games, a genre growing day by day. Focusing on the development engine Unity, you will learn to program casual games popular with current audiences.
Online Game Development
Study the network technology and game design philosophy required to create a multiplayer online game and keep the servers up and running.
Comprehensive Game Programming
On top of learning to code games, study home consumer game consoles in-depth, from companies such as Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. Practice with game development engines, including Unreal Engine.
Game Graphic Design
Hone your drawing and design software abilities to become a skilled character designer, in addition to working on graphics for backgrounds, UI design and more.
Obtain a wide range of 3DCG skills, including modeling, textures and animation. In addition to the games industry, become able to take an active role in any CG or video field.
Learn music theory along with how to use music composition software. Create iconic BGM and sound effects for games.
Head to modern recording studios and take part in game production through sound effect design and voice actor recording techniques.
Game Development Sound Designer
Become adept at popular game engines to place the game BGM, sound effects and voice lines at just the right moments.
As e-sports become more and more popular, you can aim to be a professional gamer or work in the industry by learning relevant technology and trends.
Where alumni work
- From Software
- Koei Tecmo Games
- Cyber Agent
- Square Enix
- Sega Games
- Digital Hearts
- Bandai Namco