Sega Mechatronics

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Sega Mechatronics
Founded: 1999
Defunct: 2009-09-01
Merged into: Product R&D
Headquarters: Japan

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Sega Mechatronics R&D Department (セガメカトロ研究開発部), casually known as Sega Mechatronics, Mechatronics or Mechatro was a research and development department of Sega, created in 1999.

Mechatronics replaced Sega AM4 and Sega AM6 in 1999[1], though continued AM4's role in developing physical arcade cabinets for AMs 1-3 to house games in. Unlike AM4, Mechatronics largely went uncredited for its work.

It continued it's role as Product R&D in October of 2009.



Magazine articles

Main article: Sega Mechatronics/Magazine articles.


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