Amusement Vision was a research and development division within Sega and a continuation of Sega AM4.
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After a 2008 shakeup within Sega, Amusement Vision is now officially known as New Entertainment R&D Dept
- note: this list is ridiculously incomplete
- Planet Harriers (2001)
- Spikeout: Battle Street (2005)
- Ollie King (2004)
Game Boy Advance
- F-Zero GX (2003)
|Sega Development Studios|
|Japan AM; 1990 - 1998-ish|
|Sega AM1 | Sega AM2 | Sega AM3 | Sega AM4 | Sega AM5 | Sega AM6 | Sega AM7 | Sonic Team|
|Japan AM; 1998-ish - 2004-ish|
|WOW Entertainment | Sega AM2 | Hitmaker | Amusement Vision | Sega Rosso | Smilebit | Overworks | Sonic Team | United Game Artists|
|Japan; 2004 onwards(?)|
|Sega WOW | Sega AM2 | Sonic Team | Sega Sports Design | Ryu ga Gotoku Studio | AM Ishoku Team|
|Japan non-AM, demerged, and defunct|
|Puyo Puyo Sega | Sega Networks | ???
Demerged: Sonic! Software Planning | Nextech | SIMS | ???
|Three Rings Design | ???|
|The Creative Assembly | Sports Interactive | Hardlight
Defunct: Sega Racing Studio
|Sega (Shanghai) Software|