| Sega AM5
Merged into: Sega Rosso (1998)
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was a video game research and development division within Sega
, the fifth of eight to co-exist between 1990 and 1998. Both it and Sega AM3
were established in 1990 as brand new studios, with AM5 being spearheadded by Kenji Sasaki
Sega AM5's primary role was to produce racing games. This is because much of its staff came from Namco, and were responsible for the first Ridge Racer game. As well as their own products, they often assisted Sega AM2.
Following a reshuffle in 1998, Sega AM5 became Sega Rosso.