| Sega AM4
Merged into: Amusement Vision (1998)
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was a video game research and development division within Sega
, the sixth of eight to co-exist between 1990 and 1998. Much of its staff originally worked for Sega Development Division #2
and the team was headded by Toshihiro Nagoshi
Aside from general assistance work and porting, it not currently known what Sega AM4 did during the 1990s. Following a reshuffle in 1998, Sega AM4 became Amusement Vision, where they would make hit franchises such as Super Monkey Ball and Yazuka.