Pacific SoftScape

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Pacific SoftScape
Founded: 1993-05-05[1]
Defunct: 1996-05-03[2][3]
Headquarters: Mission Viejo, California, United States

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Pacific SoftScape Inc was an American video game studio which worked with Sega of America during the mid 1990s. Assisting with development of Sega Channel, the California-based studio only produced a single game, the 1994 cinematic platformer Generations Lost.


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Founded on May 5th, 1993 by former Western Technologies programmers Raymond Frericks Jr. (acting as President), Jeff Fort and Bruce Straley, the team were best known for their previous work on X-Men.

The studio would work with Sega of America in developing Sega Channel. Programmer Dave Castelnuovo developed the BIOS used in US Sega Channel adapters.


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