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| 08-05 = *'''1997:''' [[Sega]] released the first [[NetLink]]-compatible [[Sega Saturn]] games; tweaked versions of ''[[Sega Rally Championship]]'' and ''[[Cyber Troopers Virtual-On]]'', giving the console online multiplayer.
 
| 08-05 = *'''1997:''' [[Sega]] released the first [[NetLink]]-compatible [[Sega Saturn]] games; tweaked versions of ''[[Sega Rally Championship]]'' and ''[[Cyber Troopers Virtual-On]]'', giving the console online multiplayer.
*'''2005:''' The [[Advanced Pico Beena]] was launced in Japan, succeeding the [[Sega Pico]].
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*'''2005:''' The [[Advanced Pico Beena]] was launched in Japan, succeeding the [[Sega Pico]].
 
| 08-14 = *'''1989:''' The [[Sega Mega Drive]], rebranded Sega Genesis, launches in North America alongside its port of ''[[Altered Beast]]''. It would only be available in New York and Los Angeles at this time - the rest of the region would have to wait until mid-September.
 
| 08-14 = *'''1989:''' The [[Sega Mega Drive]], rebranded Sega Genesis, launches in North America alongside its port of ''[[Altered Beast]]''. It would only be available in New York and Los Angeles at this time - the rest of the region would have to wait until mid-September.
 
| 08-28 = *'''2003:''' The first three games in the [[Sega Ages 2500]] series are released for the [[PlayStation 2]] in Japan; ''[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 1: Phantasy Star Generation: 1|Phantasy Star Generation: 1]]'', ''[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 2: Monaco GP|Monaco GP]]'' and ''[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 3: Fantasy Zone|Fantasy Zone]]''. The series would last for over five years and span thirty-three different volumes.
 
| 08-28 = *'''2003:''' The first three games in the [[Sega Ages 2500]] series are released for the [[PlayStation 2]] in Japan; ''[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 1: Phantasy Star Generation: 1|Phantasy Star Generation: 1]]'', ''[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 2: Monaco GP|Monaco GP]]'' and ''[[Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 3: Fantasy Zone|Fantasy Zone]]''. The series would last for over five years and span thirty-three different volumes.

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OutRun (アウトラン) is an arcade game developed by Sega AM2 in 1986 for specially designed hardware. It was designed by Yu Suzuki, and is often considered a milestone in the driving/racing genre, being ported to numerous home playforms and inspiring several sequels. Rather than be classed as a "racing game", Yu Suzuki classifies OutRun as a "driving game".

OutRun was a pioneer in video game graphics, audio and arcade cabinet design, picking up multiple awards during the late 1980s. It was the best selling arcade game of 1986 with over 20,000 cabinets sold worldwide.

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