Sega Zone

Sega Zone was a Sega orientated publication from Dennis Publishing in the early 1990s. Sega Zone had split from its former multiformat console title Game Zone. The Game Zone title would continue as a Nintendo magazine. Early Dennis Publishing staff members included launch editor; Amaya Lopez, deputy editor; Vivienne Nagy and staff writer; Martin Pond.

In 1993 Sega Zone, along with Game Zone, were sold to Future Publishing. During this period Sega Zone had the following familiar Future names working for the magazine; Tim Norris (editor), Tim Tucker (deputy editor), Josse Billson (staff writer) and Stuart Campbell (longtime contributor).

In early 1994 Future Publishing itself sold the Sega Zone title onto Maverick Magazines. Not long after this the titles faded away.

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