Phantasy Star

Phantasy Star is a role-playing video game developed and published by Sega for the Master System. Released in December 1987 in Japan, the game is one of the earliest Japanese role-playing games released on a home console.

Sega CD

The Sega CD, also known as the Mega-CD is an add-on hardware device for the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive video game console. The add-on accessory was designed to extend the life span of the Genesis console by offering an optical based media that was capable of storing full motion video (FMV).

Streets of Rage

Streets of Rage Streets of Rage is a side scrolling beat ‘em up video game developed and published by Sega.  Released in 1991 for the Genesis / Mega Drive console the game is the first installment in the Streets of Rage series.  Known as “Bare Knuckle: Ikari no Tekken” in Japan the game became very …

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Mr. Bones

Mr. Bones is a mixed genre video game consisting of platform, rhythm and minigame elements that was developed by Zono Inc. and Published by Sega for the Sega Saturn. The very unique style game was conceptualized by Ed Annunziata, the creator of the Ecco The Dolphin series. Annunziata created an eccentric and surreal experience by combining numerous gameplay styles with an offbeat storyline.


Bayonetta is an action hack and slash game developed by PlatinumGames and published by Sega. The game originally released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 then was later ported to the Nintendo Wii U when Nintendo partnered with PlatinumGames to develop a sequel to the game.

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Yu Suzuki Gameography

Yu Suzuki is a Japanese video game designer, producer and programmer who created some of Sega’s most popular arcade experiences in the mid 1980s and early 1990s. Suzuki spent 26 years working at Sega and is most notable for the games he created while working for Sega’s AM2 division.

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Studio 128

Studio 128 was an internal development group that was formed when Sega’s oldest video game development team Sega Production and Engineering Department was split into several groups to expand their service offerings as well as to allow each team to concentrate on particular products and services. Sega Production and Engineering Department created many of Sega’s electro-mechanical arcade games in the 1960s and 1970s, but the division did not solely focus on the creation of video games.

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Mega Jet

The Mega Jet is a handheld portable device designed and manufactured by Sega. Released exclusively in Japan, the partial handheld console was marketed towards airline travelers. The Mega Jet was a portable version of the Sega Mega Drive that was available for rent aboard Japan Airlines (JAL).

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Sega VR

Sega VR was a virtual reality headset add-on designed for the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive console which was ultimately cancelled prior to its release. Sega believing that virtual reality would be the next big breakthrough in video games began development of a prototype in 1991.

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Crusader of Centy

Crusader of Centy is an action-adventure RPG video game developed by Nextech and published by Atlus for the Sega Genesis. The game is often referred to as a Zelda clone due to its art style and gameplay being very similar in nature to The Legend of Zelda: A Link to The Past for the Super Nintendo.