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| 01-22 = *'''2013:''' Sega buys [[Relic Entertainment]] for a reported 26.6 million USD. Relic was up for auction along with multiple studios and franchises, following the bankruptcy of [[THQ]].
 
| 01-22 = *'''2013:''' Sega buys [[Relic Entertainment]] for a reported 26.6 million USD. Relic was up for auction along with multiple studios and franchises, following the bankruptcy of [[THQ]].
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| 01-23 = *'''2013:''' [[The Cave]], made by [[Double Fine Productions]], is released in Europe & the United States on [[Xbox Live Arcade]] and on Steam for [[PC]]. Published by [[Sega]], the title is the first official Sega release for the [[Linux]] operating system.
 
| 01-25 = *'''2005:''' Sega sells its stake in [[Visual Concepts]] to [[Take Two Interactive]].
 
| 01-25 = *'''2005:''' Sega sells its stake in [[Visual Concepts]] to [[Take Two Interactive]].
 
| 01-26 = *'''1989:''' The [[Mega Adaptor]] was released in Japan, allowing the [[Sega Mega Drive]] to run [[Sega Master System]] software.
 
| 01-26 = *'''1989:''' The [[Mega Adaptor]] was released in Japan, allowing the [[Sega Mega Drive]] to run [[Sega Master System]] software.
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| 02-19 = *'''2003:''' [[Sega]] announced a merger with [[Sammy]].
 
| 02-19 = *'''2003:''' [[Sega]] announced a merger with [[Sammy]].
 
| 02-24 = *'''2002:''' ''[[NHL 2K2]]'' was released, becoming the last officially licensed [[Sega Dreamcast]] game in North America.
 
| 02-24 = *'''2002:''' ''[[NHL 2K2]]'' was released, becoming the last officially licensed [[Sega Dreamcast]] game in North America.
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*'''2004:''' ''[[Puyo Pop Fever]]'' was released on the [[Sega Dreamcast]] in Japan. It was both the last Dreamcast game to be made by [[Sega]] and the last game the company made for one of their own home consoles, ending a 21 year run.
  
 
| 03-08 = *'''2007:''' ''[[Karous]]'', the last officially licensed [[Sega Dreamcast]] game, was released in Japan eight and a half years after the console's debut. However, many more unofficial games would follow.
 
| 03-08 = *'''2007:''' ''[[Karous]]'', the last officially licensed [[Sega Dreamcast]] game, was released in Japan eight and a half years after the console's debut. However, many more unofficial games would follow.
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| 12-12 = *'''1991:''' The [[Sega Mega CD]] launched in Japan for ¥49,800.
 
| 12-12 = *'''1991:''' The [[Sega Mega CD]] launched in Japan for ¥49,800.
 
| 12-20 = *'''1987:''' ''[[Phantasy Star]]'' was released in Japan. It would go on to become Sega's flagship RPG series.
 
| 12-20 = *'''1987:''' ''[[Phantasy Star]]'' was released in Japan. It would go on to become Sega's flagship RPG series.
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| 12-29 = *'''1995:''' The first game in the Sega Rally series, ''[[Sega Rally Championship]]'', was released in Japan on the [[Sega Saturn]], marking the first time the series was playable outside an arcade.
  
 
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Jet Set Radio (ジェット セット ラジオ), called Jet Grind Radio in North America, is a video game developed by Smilebit and published by Sega for the Sega Dreamcast. It is a third-person action game in which the player controls members of a rebellious gang called the GGs, roaming the streets of the fictional city Tokyo-To spraying graffiti to "take over" the area from rival gangs.

Jet Set Radio is considered to be one of the pioneers of its generation for its use of "cel-shaded" graphics, and its then-original style of gameplay. It is also notable for its soundtrack spearheaded by Hideki Naganuma.

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