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Employment history:
Sega Enterprises (1990 – )
Role(s): Programmer

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Dehehe (でへへ) was a programmer at Sega who joined shortly after the Mega Drive's release as a way to support a company he had newfound respect for. Originally involved with several Sega Game Toshokan games under the name S44424, such as Paddle Fighter and Riddle Wired, he later worked mainly on the Mega CD, including developing its BIOS screen.[1]

Production history


Magazine articles

Main article: Dehehe/Magazine articles.