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Sega

Sega Corporation (株式会社セガ, Kabushiki gaisha Sega?), pronounced /ˈseɪɡə/ (US/Canada/UK) or /ˈsiːɡə/ (Australia/New Zealand) and usually styled as SEGA, is a multinational video game software developer and an arcade software and hardware development company headquartered in Japan, with various offices around the world. Sega previously developed and manufactured its own brand of home video game consoles from 1983 to 2001, but a restructure was announced on January 31, 2001 that ceased continued production of its existing home console, effectively exiting the company from the home console business. While arcade development would continue unchanged, the restructure shifted the focus of the company's home video game software development to consoles developed by various third-party manufacturers.

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Menacer - Games
... Defender, Whack Ball, Front Line, Rockman's Zone, and Ready, Aim Tomatoes! -- the latter stars Sega franchise characters ToeJam and Earl ... The Menacer works fully with the Sega Mega-CD, even though that system had, with the Konami Justifier, two different light guns developed for it ... Sega and third-party developers did not develop many games for the Menacer ...
Dynamite Düx
... Dynamite Düx is a side-scrolling 'beat 'em up' arcade game, created by Sega AM2 and released by Sega in 1988 for their successful Sega System 16 arcade board ... and was ported to the Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, Sega Master System and ZX Spectrum in the following year ...
Ghost House (video Game)
... Ghost House is a single-player, side-scrolling horror-action video game published by SEGA and released in 1986 for the Master System, which was loosely based on ... The game was originally released in the short lived Sega Card format, but was re-released on cartridge ...
Sonic X-treme - History - Mega Drive/Genesis and 32X Years
... Development of the game was started by Sega Technical Institute, a U.S.-based developer that had worked on games such as Sonic 2, Sonic 3 and Sonic Spinball ... It was originally developed for several other Sega game consoles prior to the Sega Saturn ... after the completion of Sonic Knuckles in 1994, the game was set to be released on the Sega Genesis, as a side-scrolling platform game, much like the first four Sonic ...