Hitmaker (originally AM3) is a former second-party developer for Sega Corporation. The development house has produced some popular arcade game and video games, including Virtual On, Crazy Taxi, and Virtua Tennis. In 2000, as a part of a restructuring of Sega, they were renamed Hitmaker. Later in 2004, they were merged back with the other "AM teams" into Sega. In the video game industry, a second-party developer is a developer who, while being a separate entity from any console manufacturer, is tied to a specific one usually through contract or partial ownership and makes games specifically for that console manufacturer. ... This article is about the video game company. ... Arcade can mean several things: Arcade (architecture) - A passage or walkway, often including retailers. ... A computer game is a game composed of a computer-controlled virtual universe that players interact with in order to achieve a defined goal or set of goals. ... Crazy Taxi is a series of video games, developed by Hitmaker and published by Sega, first released to arcades in 1999. ... Virtua Tennis is a 2000 tennis video game created by Segas Hitmaker division. ...
Hitmaker Official websites (http://www.hitmaker.co.jp)
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