Wow Entertainment is a 2nd Party SEGA company previously known as AM1. They are most famous for the House of the Dead series of light gun games. In 2004 Wow merged with Overworks (another SEGA held division). AM1, or Austin Model 1, is a semi-empirical method for the quantum calculation of molecular electronic structure in computational chemistry. ... Note: For the Russian novel written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, please see The House of the Dead House of the Dead is a first-person shooter arcade game released in 1998 by Sega, where the player assumes the role of a government agent who must shoot his way through an army... Overworks (previously called AM7), is the Sega video game development group responsible for Skies of Arcadia, the Streets of Rage series, much of the Shinobi series, and Phantasy Star 1, 2, and 4. ...
Categories: Computer and video game company stubs | Defunct computer and video game companies | Sega Sega Corporation ) is an international video game software and hardware developing company, and a former home computer and console manufacturer. ... Sega Corporation ) is an international video game software and hardware developing company, and a former home computer and console manufacturer. ... Sega Amusement Machine Research and Development Department 2 (popularly known as Sega AM2 or simply AM2) is a research and development team for the video game company Sega. ... Hitmaker (originally AM3) is a former second-party developer for Sega Corporation. ... Amusement Vision Amusement Vision, Ltd. ... The Sega Technical Institute was a video game development division of Sega based in the United States, unlike the AM divisions which were based in Japan. ... Smilebit is a Japanese computer and video game developer founded in 2000. ... Overworks (previously called AM7), is the Sega video game development group responsible for Skies of Arcadia, the Streets of Rage series, much of the Shinobi series, and Phantasy Star 1, 2, and 4. ... Sonic Team logo Sonic Team is a computer and video game developer established in 1988 as Sega AM8. ... SEGA AM9 was a computer and video game second-party developer for SEGA. In 2000 AM9 became United Games Artists or (UGA). ... A video game console is a dedicated electronic machine designed to play video games. ... Sega SC-3000 and joystick The SC-3000 was the computer equivalent of the SG-1000 cartridge-based gaming console manufactured by Sega. ... The SG-1000, which stands for Sega Game 1000, is a cartridge-based video game console manufactured by Sega. ... The SG-1000 Mark III The SG-1000 Mark III Joypads The SG-1000 Mark III is an 8-bit video game console made by Sega. ... The Sega Master System (SMS for short) is an 8-bit cartridge-based gaming console that was manufactured by Sega. ... The Sega Mega Drive was a 16-bit video game console released by Sega in Japan (1988), Europe (1990) and most of the rest of the world. ... JVC Wondermega The Sega Mega-CD (Japanese: ã¡ã¬CD) is an add-on device for the Sega Mega Drive released in Europe, Australia, and Japan. ... Sega Genesis 32X on top of regular Genesis, second model. ... The Sega Saturn (Japanese: ã»ã¬ãµã¿ã¼ã³, Sega Saturn), is a video game console of the 32-bit era. ... The Sega Dreamcast (Japanese: ããªã¼ã ãã£ã¹ã; code-named Blackbelt, Dural, and Katana during development) is Segas last video game console and the successor to the companys Sega Saturn. ... A handheld video game is a video game designed primarily for handheld game consoles such as Nintendos Game Boy line. ... The Sega Game Gear was Segas first portable gaming system. ... The Sega Mega Jet The Sega Mega Jet was a handheld version of the Mega Drive video game console. ... The Sega Nomad was a handheld game console sold in North America and South America, mainly in Brazil, essentially a mini-Genesis console, based on the Japanese Mega Jet and featuring a built-in color screen. ... An arcade system board is a standardized printed circuit board or group of printed circuit boards that are used as the basis for multiple arcade games with very similar hardware requirements. ... The Sega System 16 is an arcade system board released by Sega in 1985. ... The Sega System 24 was an arcade platform released by Sega in the late 1980s. ... The System 32 was an arcade platform released by Sega in the early 1990s. ... The Sega Model 1 is an arcade system board released by Sega in 1992. ... The Sega Model 2 is an arcade system board released by Sega in 1993. ... The Sega Model 3 is an arcade system board released by Sega in 1996. ... The Sega Titan Video, or ST-V, was an arcade system board released by Sega in 1994. ... The Sega NAOMI (New Arcade Operation Machine Idea) is a development of the Sega Dreamcast technology as a basis for an arcade system board. ... In 2000, Sega debuted the NOAMI 2 arcade system board at JAMMA. NOAMI 2 offered improved graphics performance; by substituting the graphics-assembly of the previous NAOMI board with a new assembly composed of two PowerVR CLX2 GPUs and a VideoLogic Elan chip (for geometry transformation and lighting effects). ... The Sega Chihiro system is an arcade system board based on the architecture of the Microsoft Xbox. ... The Triforce is an arcade system board developed jointly by Nintendo, Namco, and Sega, with the first games appearing in 2002. ... The Lindbergh as shown at AM Show 2005 The Sega Lindbergh is an arcade system board developed by Sega. ...
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