Kalisto

Kalisto is a console warez group established in March 1998, a subsidiary of Fairlight, which specializes in the release and distribution of PlayStation (PS1) and PlayStation 2 (PS2) ISO images, briefly moonlighting on the Dreamcast platform in mid to late 2000.

Read more about Kalisto:  Kalisto and The Dreamcast, Operation Fastlink

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Standard (warez) - Console Standards - Dreamcast
... Less than two months later, when Kalisto released the first self bootable game, Dynamite Cop, the game was a Padus DiscJuggler (CDI) image ... Fighting Championship, was released by Kalisto ... When Kalisto announced their retirement in the DC scene, they had released more than 66% of all Dreamcast releases ...
Frédéric Motte - Game Credits
... game) (1991, Loriciel) Tiny Skweeks (1992, Loriciel) The Tinies (1992, Kalisto) S.C.Out (1993, Kalisto) Cogito (video game) (1993, Kalisto) Fury of the Furries ...
Booker Group - History
... between the directors of Siriol Animation to create Kalisto Ltd. ... Kalisto also developed a show called Space Baby (which eventually became Fantastic Max), along with another series called Satellite City (which was co-produced with Fairwater ... Kalisto barely lasted a year before Booker bought the rights back ...
Kalisto Entertainment
... Kalisto Entertainment was a French video game development company founded by Nicolas Gaume at age 19 ... in 1990 and later created the distribution label Kalisto in 1992, which became Kalisto Entertainment's namesake ... Nicolas Gaume later bought Mindscape Bordeaux back in 1996, and renamed the company Kalisto Entertainment ...
Kalisto - Operation Fastlink
... In 2004, Kalisto was named as one of six groups targeted as part of Operation Fastlink by the United States Department of Justice ...