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Fast facts on Sega AM3 (2005-2008)
Founded: 2005-04-01
Defunct: 2009-04-01
Merged into: Sega AM1, Sega AM2
Headquarters: Japan

Sega AM3 was an arcade division of Sega Corporation.

After the Sega Sammy Holdings restructuring, Hitmaker turned back into AM3. It operated for four more years, but then was dissolved, becoming part of the remaining arcade studios Sega AM1 and Sega AM2.

There has been little to no change in the studio in comparision to Hitmaker.

Members

Former members

Softography (arcade)

Softography (consumer)

PlayStation 2

Nintendo DS

PlayStation 3

References

https://www13.atwiki.jp/game_staff/pages/603.html#id_97803d94

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