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{{Infobox_Max_Payne_Companies|founded_in = 18th August 1995|image1 = Remedy Entertainment logo.png|hq = Espoo, Finland|ceo = Tero Virtala|employees = 149 (2017)|notable_games/series = Max Payne Series
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{{Infobox_Company
Alan Wake|website = [https://www.remedygames.com/ remedygames.com]}}'''Remedy Entertainment''' is a Finnish video game developer. The studio created the original ''[[Max Payne (Game)|Max Payne]]'', released in 2001 and its sequel ''[[Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne]]'', which came out in 2003.
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|image1 = Remedy Entertainment logo.png
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|formerly = Remedy Entertainment Oy (1995–2017)
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|type = [[Wikipedia:Public company|Public]]
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|industry = [[Wikipedia:Video game industry|Video game industry]]
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|predecessor = [[Wikipedia:Future Crew|Future Crew]]
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|founded = 18 August 1995; 23 years ago
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|founders = Samuli Syvähuoko<br>Markus Mäki<br>Sami Nopanen<br>John Kavaleff<br>Sami Vanhatalo
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|headquaters = [[Wikipedia:Espoo|Espoo]], [[Wikipedia:Finland|Finland]]
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|area_served = Worldwide
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|key_people = Tero Virtala ([[Wikipedia:Chief executive officer|CEO]])<br>Terhi Kauppi ([[Wikipedia:Chief financial officer|CFO]])<br>Markus Mäki ([[Wikipedia:Chairman|Chairman)]]<br>[[Sam Lake]] ([[Wikipedia:Creative director|Creative director]])
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|number_of_employees = 149 (2017)
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|website = [https://www.remedygames.com/ remedygames.com]
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}}
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'''Remedy Entertainment''' is a Finnish video game developer. The studio created the original ''[[Max Payne (Game)|Max Payne]]'', released in 2001 and its sequel ''[[Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne]]'', which came out in 2003.
   
 
In 2004, the ''Max Payne'' rights were sold to [[Take-Two Interactive]]. ''[[Max Payne 3]]'' primarily developed by [[Rockstar Vancouver]]. Remedy, as per request by Rockstar, does provide their input to the new devs about ''Max Payne 3'' and are involved in testing the new game.
 
In 2004, the ''Max Payne'' rights were sold to [[Take-Two Interactive]]. ''[[Max Payne 3]]'' primarily developed by [[Rockstar Vancouver]]. Remedy, as per request by Rockstar, does provide their input to the new devs about ''Max Payne 3'' and are involved in testing the new game.
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