This Japanese (Social) Gaming Powerhouse Has Nice Digs

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Many Japanese game companies have crappy looking offices. Worse yet, they're dull. Nondescript. But as far as Japanese social gaming giant DeNA goes, these digs aren't half bad.

Heck, there are iPads on the walls. On the walls! The offices have their fair share of meeting and conference rooms, but also a chic cafe and a gaming corner. There are also English conversation classes—which are pretty cool, too.

There is also memorabilia of the Baystars, the Japanese baseball team DeNA owns. With its social games, DeNA has become incredibly successful in the past few years. These offices, no doubt, reflect that. They're nice. Not as nice as Level-5's offices (which are INSANELY nice). Still, nice.

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DISCUSSION

iPad on the wall is not really a new thing. My local cinema use huge LCD TVs, turn them 90 degree and use them as "Movie posters." iPad is too small and gimmicky and I can smell arrogancy of the company from far away.

Really, that company has enough money to hire the best interior designer Japan can provide. But it's the heart of the company we need to know.