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Sega Sports Japan


There were several small development division operating within the company:Around 1998 they were folded back into the main company and the names were no longer used.

It operated as Sega Sports Design R&D for about four years, after Smilebit was merged back into Sega on July 1, 2004. Most recently, the staff is spread across the various consumer R&D divisions at Sega. Former head of the studio Takayuki Kawagoe moved up to the position of overseeing the majority of Sega's output on consumer devices.

Also Known As

  • Smilebit (from 1998 to 2004)
  • Sega AM6 R&D Division (from 1994 to 1998)


Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games(2008)
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games(2007)
Let's Make a Soccer Team!(2006)
Virtua Pro Football(2006)
Baseball Advance(2002)
Triangle Magic(2002)
SakaTsuku 2002: J.League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurō!(2002)
JSRF: Jet Set Radio Future(2002)
Panzer Dragoon Orta(2002)
CLIÉ PEGA-GC10 Game Controller (included games)(2002)
Super Robot Taisen α(2001)
Hundred Swords(2001)
90 Minutes: Sega Championship Football(2001)
Jet Grind Radio(2000)
Typing of the Dead, The(2000)
SEGA Rally 2 Championship(1999)
Sega Worldwide Soccer '98(1998)


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