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Fast facts on Sega Multimedia Studio
Founded: 199x
Defunct: 199x
Headquarters: Redwood City, California, USA

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Sega Multimedia Studio was a development division created by Sega of America.

After the release of Wild Woody, the Multimedia Studio was closed[1], with many of the staff moving to Gametek. Some months prior, the audio department was spun-off into a separate entity; Sega Music Group.

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References

  1. Interview: Doug Lanford (2011-03-01) by Sega-16

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