|Fast facts on Masami Ishikawa|
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Masami Ishikawa joined Sega in 1979 as part of the amusement machine division. He then became leader of the company's home console R&D division in the mid-1980s, fronting all major Sega consoles until the early 1990s when he returned to what had become Sega AM4.