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Smilebit is a Japanese computer and video game developer founded in 2000. It was formerly SEGA's R&D division known as AM6. Smilebit was a second-party developer for SEGA best known for creating the Jet Set Radio franchise of games. It was folded back into Sega in early 2005. This article is about the year 2000. ... This article is about the video game company. ... 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. ... Jet Set Radio (titled Jet Grind Radio in the U.S., due to a U.S. radio station already using the name Jet Set Radio) is a video game for the Sega Dreamcast. ...


Games developed by Smilebit (Ltd.)

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Games developed by Smilebit (Development Studio)

  • Virtua Striker 4 — (2005) (Arcade)

External link

  • Smilebit's Official Website - no longer active.

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Smilebit has opted to stick to the roots of the Panzer Dragoon universe and formulate Orta as a shooter.
Smilebit is known for its visual prowess and Orta doesn’t disappoint.
Smilebit has really worked hard and their effort is showing big time.
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