To me calling a one-man shop working from home "Blablabla Studios" is just about as inversely accurate as me calling a Nimitz-class carrier a 'boat'. Anyone can name their company whatever they want within the law of course.Odd, it never occurred to me that "<name> Studios" is more than one studio.
Don't use "studios" unless you command more than one studio; otherwise, it's dishonest.
Matter of fact, when I hear "Studio" what comes to mind is not a huge office complex, but a artist's studio, which is usually just one or two rooms set aside for art in an average person's home. More frequently, I think "studio apartment".
A studio seem indie to me. Studios seem 'small' like the solo painter of times past, or the workshop of a crafter and his apprentice.
Calling a one man shop a 'studio' doesn't seem dishonest to me, but maybe I'm just too immersed in old-fashion studios (Where a 'studio' is an artist's equivalent of a 'study').
Calling it 'studios' doesn't seem dishonest either, in my opinion. The word 'studios' seems oddly fitting even if it's a singular location, though I don't know why - I can't immediately lay a mental hand upon a similar 'singular plural'
Calling it "Enterprise" or "Corporation" or something like that, would seem deceptive to me, but maybe not to others.
Either way, the word has been mangled into whatever seems to 'fit' and at current that seems to be putting <<company name here>> studios for whatever reason -- I don't know, but to me it seems a lot more honest to put: interactive, entertainment, productions or anything else on the end.