From Sega Retro
|Country of origin: Japan|
|Backed systems: Arcade|
|First issue date: 19xx-xx-xx|
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Harmony (ハーモニー) was an official magazine/newsletter distributed internally to Sega employees in Japan. It was not distributed regularly - sometimes the gap between an issue was a month, other times two months, presumably depending on what the company was doing at the time.
Little is known about Harmony, however a situation arose where many pieces of cover artwork, created internally at Sega specifically for the magazine, made their way into Sonic Jam and later Sonic the Hedgehog The Screen Saver. This artwork has also appeared in other sources, including calendars and Sega Freaks trading cards, where the magazine is acknowledged by name.
It is thought that Harmony began at some point in the late 1960s or early 1970s and ended in 1999.