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|Company(ies): Sega of America|
|Role(s): Producer, designer|
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He first gained industry experience at Rainbird Software, a sister company of Firebird Software, both owned by Telecomsoft, a division of British Telecomwhere he localized computer game software for the american market.
In 1988 he moved to Mediagenic where he served as a producer for several computer titles, including Ghostbusters II. He also worked as a producer in Tongue of the Fatman shortly before the company went bankrupt.
Some time after, Sega of America decided to restructure its internal product development groups, and Latham and his teams were placed under Omega Group headed by Scott Berfield. Latham became Omega Group director in April 1994, when Scott Berfield left Sega shortly after the restructuring was announced.
- David Robinson's Supreme Court (Mega Drive; 1992) — Producers
- Greendog: The Beached Surfer Dude! (Mega Drive; 1992) — Game Design
- Greendog: The Beached Surfer Dude! (Mega Drive; 1992) — Producer
- Greendog: The Beached Surfer Dude! (Game Gear; 1993) — Wild Game Design
- Home Alone (Mega Drive; 1992) — Design by
- Home Alone (Mega Drive; 1992) — Produced by
- Home Alone (Game Gear; 1993) — Game Design
- Fred Couples Golf (Game Gear; 1994) — Special Thanks To (as Mike Latham)
- Sega International Victory Goal (Saturn; 1995) — Special Thanks (as Mike Latham)
- Clockwork Knight 2 (Saturn; 1995) — Special Thanks (as Mike Latham)
- Hang-On GP (Saturn; 1995) — Special Thanks
- Interview: Michael Latham (2005-02-08) by Sega-16
- Interview: Michael Latham (2017-06-05) by Arcade Attack