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DigitalRex

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Fast facts on DigitalRex
Founded: 2003-10-01Media:IR EN 2003-07-30.pdf[1]
Defunct: 2004-07-01Media:IR EN 2004-05-18.pdf[2]
Merged into: AM Plus (2004)

DigitalRex Co., Ltd (originally announced as Cinematic Online Games Co. Ltd.) was a wholly owned subsidiary of Sega, founded by Yu Suzuki in 2003, after migrating from Sega AM2.

The company was involved in a small handful of games, only to be dissolved in less than a year when most of Sega's Japanese R&D subsidiaries were merged back into Sega. It is not thought DigitalRex had a chance to finish any games before its demise - it is known to present a Shenmue game at E3 2004, but the company pulled out and was not heard from again.

Upon merging back into Sega, DigitalRex effectively became AM Plus.

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References

  1. File:IR EN 2003-07-30.pdf, page 5
  2. File:IR EN 2004-05-18.pdf
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