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Subpages

Unfinished projects

Articles

People

Segasa[4]
Sega Europe
Sega-UK related marketers
  • Peter Wingfield - "Jimmy"
  • Steve O'Donnell - barber/Colonel Walter E. Kurtz
  • Geoff Boyle - cinematographer
  • John Lloyd - director (also did those Rik Mayall ones for Nintendo)

Games

Mega Drive
Mega-CD
Saturn
Dreamcast
PS3/360
Arcade
Arcade, Mid-size attractions
Arcade, Large attractions
VMU games (also needs name verification)
Computer platforms
Asia
Slot machines
Sonic Retro articles needing Sega Retro articles

Statues

Going to define this as big chunks of plastic or whatever with no articulation.

First 4 Figures
  • Ryo Hazuki
  • Ryo Hazuki Exclusive
  • Akira Yuki
  • Vyse
  • Vyse Exclusive

Services

Pre-internet: "PC-VAN", "People"
  • セガ・ゲームステーション (Sega Game Station)
  • セガ・プレイヤーズワールド (Sega Puzzle World)
Pre-internet: "NIFTY"
  • セガ・ゲームフォーラム (Sega Game Forum)

Miscellaneous

Music
  • There's an official arrangement of a Mega Man: The Wily Wars song on Chiptuned Rockman. Its official, so technically we should create a page for it. But, it's only a single song... But it IS official... hm.
Chairs
  • D Type
  • E Type
  • G Type
  • H Type
  • SP Type
  • SP(DX) Type
  • C Type (red, blue)
  • BD Type
  • NA Type
  • F Type
Mega Drive Mini third-party accessories
Other

Magazines

France
Germany
Spain
Italy
England
Japan
Taiwan
  • 飛訊電玩週刊 "fashion game"
  • Super Gamer
  • WOLF疾風快報weekly
Hong Kong
  • 遊戲週刊 (Game Weekly)
  • 機迷週刊 (Game Watch!!)
  • 道雙週刊 (Game Channel)
  • G-ZONE遊戲雜誌
  • Game Station
Spain
Mexico
  • Xbox 360 La Revista Oficial de Xbox (not sure what real name is)

One-off articles

  • Autocar 1998-04-29 - Sega Rally 2
  • Time Out (November 18-25, 1992; No. 1161)
  • What Home Entertainment, Issue 4 (January 1995?) (UK; Japanese Saturn coverage page 18)
  • Stuff (September 1999)
  • Cracked #341 (January 2000). Parody that might not be within scope
  • Rally-X 1995 10 (JP)
  • Select, December 1995? January 1996? - there are some fake ads involving Bug[23]
  • Télé 7 Jours 1993-10-30 - 1993-11-05 (might just be a competition but still needs checking)
  • TV Magazine (テレビマガジン) 1995/03 (JP; Clockwork Knight)
  • Wired ワイヤード (JP) 1995-03
  • Boy's Life, December 1992 (page 32-35)
  • Brandweek (Vol. XXXIX No.7 February 16, 1998)
  • Cybersurfer Issue 5 (April 1996) (US) (+ advertisments in other issues)
  • i-d 112 January 1993
  • Penny Power (Volume IX, Number 4, February/March 1989) (US)
  • Popular Science, June 1993
  • Popular Science, December 1999 (page 111)
  • The Sharper Image, October 1990 (might just be a catalogue, though those are important too)
  • Toy & Hobby World February 15 1989
  • Wired December 1993, Volume 1 issue 6
  • WWF Magazine (May 1994) (US; Eternal Champions review)
Look-In (UK)
  • 1992-07-18
  • 1992-11-28
  • 1993-01-30
  • 1993-04-03
  • 1993-07-31
  • 1993-09-11
T3 (UK)
  • (#1 November 1996) (SegaWorld London coverage)
  • (#21 June 1998) (Joypolis coverage
  • (22 July 1998) (Arcade venues in Japan)
  • (#24 September 1998) (More Joypolis)
  • (#30 February 1999) (early Dreamcast promotion)
Time
  • 1993-09-27
  • 1999-11-28 (Time Digital supplement)

Press releases

Newspapers

Gremlin Industries

  • San Diego Business Journal, 3 1980 - "Gremlin Industries: A national leader in developing and making games people play" - "Sega Acquiring Coin G"
  • San Diego something, Wednesday August 9, 19xx
  • Appliance, April 1982 - "Scoring in the Big Time" (page 31, 32, 33, 35)
  • Reader Volume 11 No. 28 Jul 15 1982, San Diego's Weekly - "Exactly Zaxxon!"
  • Times-Advocate Escondido, CA, Tuesday May 18 1982 - "Gremlin's plant expects to make 500 games daily"
  • Something. Saturday May 1, 1982 - Sega slap seven writs on Italian copiers
  • The San Diego Union, Wednesday February 10, 198x - "It All Began With Pong"
  • San Diego Business Journal, April 13 1981 (page 22) - "San Diego manufacturer of video games plans to lease the vacant Itel Building"
  • The San Diego Union, Sunday Morning, August 16 1981 - "Gremlin Brings Games To Park"

Events

"CSG Tokyo"

Japan used to have "CSG" shows but I've not yet been able to work out when they happened (I think there might have been multiple events a year?)

  • Here's one from early 1993:
Mega Drive
Mega-CD

Patents

Company organization

Subsidiaries

1998

Subsidiaries

  • SEGA Europe Ltd.
  • SIMS Co., Ltd.
  • S-AI Electronics Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Amusements Taiwan Ltd. 51.0 475 475 3,596
  • SEGA Ozisoft Pty. Ltd.(
  • SEGA Singapore Pte. Ltd.
  • SEGA International Finance B.V.
  • Nextech Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Huahan Culture Entertainment Co., Ltd. 80.0 240 240 1,817
  • SEGA Yonezawa Co., Ltd.(
  • SEGA United Co., Ltd.(
  • SEGA Enterprises (Australia) Pty. Ltd. 86.0 661 2,014 15,246
  • SEGA Enterprises, Inc. (U.S.A.)
  • Cross Products Ltd.
  • SEGA Distribution Australia Pty. Ltd.
  • SEGA Food Works Co., Ltd. 51.0 — 5 38
  • S.G.S. Co., Ltd.(
  • SEGA of America, Inc.

Affiliates:

  • Linguaphone Japan Ltd.(
  • Light Printing Co., Ltd. 33.4 1,470 1,470 11,128
  • SEGA Digital Communication Co., Ltd. 35.0 140 140 1,060
  • SEGA Music Networks Co., Ltd.
  • SG MEDIA Co., Ltd. 20.0 60 60 454
  • S.G.S. Co., Ltd.(
  • SEGA Logistics Service Co., Ltd. 50.0
  • Virtual Game Center Corporation(
  • Super Merge Corporation Sdn. Bhd. 20.0 437 437 3,308
  • Hyundai Sega Entertainment Co., Ltd. 25.0 173 173 1,310
  • SEGA Muse Ltd. 46.9 — 255 1,930
  • Lotte SEGA Co., Ltd. 50.0 — 709 5,367
  • Amusement World of Vietnam Corporation 30.0 — 38 288
  • SEGA Lease Co., Ltd.
  • Atlus Dream Entertainment Co., Ltd. 20.0 — 76 575

1999

Subsidiaries:

  • SEGA Europe Ltd.
  • SIMS Co., Ltd.
  • SI Electronics Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Amusements Taiwan Ltd.
  • SEGA Singapore Pte. Ltd.
  • SEGA International Finance B.V.
  • Nextech Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Huahan Culture Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA TOYS, Ltd. (formerly SEGA Yonezawa Co., Ltd.)
  • SEGA Enterprises (Australia) Pty. Ltd.
  • SEGA Enterprises, Inc. (U.S.A.)(
  • Cross Products Ltd.
  • SEGA Distribution Australia Pty. Ltd.
  • SEGA Food Works Co., Ltd.
  • S.G.S. Co., Ltd.
  • OASIS Park Co., Ltd.
  • Eighty-one Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA of America, Inc.

Affiliates:

  • Linguaphone Japan Ltd.
  • Light Printing Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Digital Communication Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Music Networks Co., Ltd.
  • SG MEDIA Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Soft Networks, Inc.
  • SEGA Logistics Service Co., Ltd.
  • Super Merge Corporation Sdn. Bhd.
  • Hyundai Sega Entertainment Co., Ltd.
  • SEGA Muse Ltd.
  • Lotte SEGA Co., Ltd.
  • Amusement World of Vietnam Corporation
  • SEGA Lease Co., Ltd.
  • Atlus Dream Entertainment Co., Ltd.

2000

SEGA Enterprises, Inc. (U.S.A.) SEGA of America, Inc. SEGA.Com, Inc. SEGA.Com PC Networks, Inc. SEGA of America Dreamcast, Inc. Visual Concepts Entertainment, Inc. SEGA Soft Networks, Inc. SEGA Europe Ltd. SEGA Amusements Europe Ltd. JPM International Ltd. ACE Coin Equipment Ltd. Crystal Leisure Ltd. Cross Products Ltd. SEGA Gesellschaft fur Videospiele GmbH SEGA Consumer Products S.A. S.G.S. Co., Ltd. SEGA TOYS, Ltd. SEGA MUSE Corporation SEGA Music Networks Co., Ltd. SEGA Logistics Service Ltd.


2001


SEGA Enterprises, Inc. (U.S.A.) SEGA of America, Inc. SEGA.Com, Inc. SEGA.Com PC Networks, Inc. SEGA of America Dreamcast, Inc. Visual Concepts Entertainment, Inc. SEGA Soft Networks, Inc. SEGA Europe Ltd. SEGA Amusements Europe Ltd. JPM International Ltd. ACE Coin Equipment Ltd. Crystal Leisure Ltd. Cross Products Ltd. SEGA Gesellschaft fur Videospiele GmbH SEGA Consumer Products S.A. S.G.S. Co., Ltd. SEGA TOYS, Ltd. SEGA Music Networks Co., Ltd. SEGA Logistics Service Ltd. WOW Entertainment Inc. Hitmaker Co., Ltd. Amusement Vision Ltd. Sega Rosso Co., Ltd. Smilebit Corporation Overworks Ltd. Sonicteam Ltd. United Game Artist Ltd. Wavemaster Inc. Sega Amusement Higashi-nihon Ltd. Sega Amusement Tokyo Ltd. Sega Amusement Tokai Ltd. Sega Amusement Kansai Ltd. Sega Amusement Nishi-nihon Ltd.


2002

SEGA Enterprises, Inc. (U.S.A.) U.S.A. SEGA of America, Inc. Family Wonder Holdings, Inc. U.S.A. 48(96) March 31 Visual Concepts Entertainment, Inc. U.S.A. SEGA Europe Ltd. U.K. SEGA Amusements Europe Ltd. JPM International Ltd. ACE Coin Equipment Ltd. Crystal Leisure Ltd. SEGA Gesellschaft fur Videospiele GmbH Germany ( SEGA Consumer Products S.A. Spain ( SEGA TOYS, Ltd. Japan 73.6 March 31 SEGA Music Networks Co., Ltd. Japan SEGA Logistics Service Ltd. Japan 75.0 March 31 WOW Entertainment Inc. Japan Hitmaker Co., Ltd. Japan Amusement Vision Ltd. Japan Sega Rosso Co., Ltd. Japan Smilebit Corporation Japan Overworks Ltd. Japan Sonicteam Ltd. Japan United Game Artists Ltd. Japan Wavemaster Inc. Japan 85.3 March 31 SEGA-AM2 Co., Ltd. Japan Red Entertainment Corporation Japan 67.0 March 31 Sega Amusement Higashi-nihon Ltd. Japan Sega Amusement Ltd. Japan Sega Amusement Tokai Ltd. Japan Sega Amusement Kansai Ltd. Japan Sega Amusement Nishi-nihon Ltd. Japan

2004

SEGA Holdings U.S.A., Inc. U.S.A. SEGA Amusements U.S.A., Inc. SEGA Enterprises, Inc. (U.S.A.) SEGA of America, Inc. Visual Concepts Entertainment, Inc. SEGA Com, Inc. U.S.A. SEGA Europe Ltd. U.K. SEGA Amusements Europe Ltd. JPM International Ltd. ACE Coin Equipment Ltd. Crystal Leisure Ltd. SEGA Gesellschaft fur Videospiele mbH Germany ( SEGA Consumer Products S.A. Spain ( SEGA France. S.A. France ( SEGA R&D Holdings, Inc. Japan SEGA-AM2 Co., Ltd. Japan ( SEGA Amusement Ltd. Japan SEGA TOYS, Ltd. Japan 68.6 March 31 SEGA Music Networks Co., Ltd. Japan SEGA Logistics Service Ltd. Japan Hitmaker Co., Ltd. Japan ( Smilebit Corporation Japan ( Sonicteam Ltd. Japan ( Amusement Vision Ltd. Japan ( United Game Artists Ltd. Japan ( SEGA WOW, Inc. Japan ( Wavemaster Inc. Japan 85.3 March 31

2005

Sammy Corporation SEGA CORPORATION RODEO Co., Ltd. Shuko Electronics Co., Ltd. Sammy Design Co., Ltd. SI ELECTRONICS, LTD. SEGA LOGISTICS SERVICE LTD. SEGA AMUSEMENTS U.S.A., INC. SEGA AMUSEMENTS EUROPE LTD. Sammy NetWorks Co., Ltd. SEGA TOYS, LTD. SEGA MUSIC NETWORKS CO., LTD. SEGA OF AMERICA, INC. SEGA ENTERPRISES, INC. (U.S.A.) SEGA EUROPE LTD. NISSHO INTER LIFE CO., LTD. SEGA SAMMY ASSET MANAGEMENT INC.

Internal divisions

Circa 1997[29]

  • ATP事業本部 - "ATP"
  • ディベロッパバー事業本部 - "Developer"
  • 富業事業本部 - finance I guess
  • 新規営業事業部 - new sales(??)
  • AM1
  • AM2
  • AM3
  • AM Soft (AM Annex?)
  • AM5
  • Saturn
  • Toy
  • CS Soft (??)
  • CS1
  • CS2
  • CS3
  • デジタルメディア制作部サウンドチーム - Digital Media
  • HR
  • Sega Music Networks (セガミュージックネットワークス)
  • PC

Miscellaneous

  • Year ending June 30 1976, $24 million revenue, $2 net earnings[30]
  • Bowling[31]
  • Rock-Ola visit[32]
  • Tokyo factoy[33]
  • construction of the above?[34]
  • Paramount/Sega board (yes that is Michael Eisner of Disney fame)[35]
  • David Rosen[36]
  • Sega makes tokens[37]
  • Rosen speech and things[38]
  • Golden Center Game Corner[39]
  • Computers circa 1968 ("NCR Century 100 system")[40]
  • Stern's 1979 pinball game Meteor appeared at the 1979 JAA Sega booth?
  • Game Gear EU launch at the 1991 Monaco Grand Prix?[41]
  • Which? says Game Gear is the best[42]
  • Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing at Pizza Hut
  • Microsoft were going to write the OS for the Saturn?[43]
  • I was looking for this a couple of years ago[44]
  • Double Dragon's story is wrong but I don't have the patience right now to translate the Japanese Master System manual. [45][46].
  • The Sun (newspaper) ran video game stories every Saturday in "The Buzz". CVG people on Sky News every Thursday at 4pm[47]. Sky News schedule for then was "News Hour", so that should be easy enough to search for ...
  • Permastruct rental(?) boxes/instructions
  • Sega Cyber Club (セガサイバークラブ) cyberclub.isao.net , Sega T&T Club (hands on thing in Osaka?) there's a VHS
  • Mysterious German TV show: https://archive.org/details/1981germancoinshowgremlin
  • Virtua Fighter - magazine articles to incorporate[48]
  • Mega-WICE (Westwood Icon & Character Editor), designed by American game designer Joseph B. Hewitt IV[49][50] (Senior Artist / Designer at Westwood Studios from 1988 to 2002), shipped with the SEGA Mega Drive Dev Kit as the character graphic art tool.
  • Australia Sega hotline [51]
  • Newsround Extra (UK; 2000)
  • Taiwanese Distributor? Pai Yuing Company Ltd (百韻股份有限公司) ... gold Sega sticker on Taiwanese hardware boxes. -Pirate Dragon
  • JPM International: Sega distributed these in Japan: Sonic the Hedgehog
  • "Sega Saturn Akihabara Cool Carnival" セガサターン 秋葉原クールカーニバル (1998)
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRW2GTxmVhw (Sega Star Kids Challenge (1992))
  • vidpro dallas - toronto
  • Genoa 3radD
  • Address of MD2 clones manufacturer: Zengcheng Gangfeng Enterprise Co., Ltd. (增城市港丰实业有限公司): No. 10, South Xingye Rd., Huimei New City, Xintang Town, Zengcheng City, Guangdong
  • どんどんいただき!キャンペーン Don Don Itadaki! Campaign (1996) - some sort of points system? Could win Sega Saturn Ensei Bag or Sega Saturn The Isu
  • Universal Studios: Apparently Sega and MCA/Universal were due to open a $20 million USD, 30k-50k sq ft attraction at Universal Studios in 1994. May have become Innoventions at Epcot instead?

Companies with text-only logos

The below companies may have never had a proper logo, and their articles' logos are currently text-only appearances of their company name. If you are able to locate and upload a proper logo for one of these companies, please do so and remove the company from the list below.

Sonic Retro redirects needing production credits

Articles needing possible splits

Cards needing scans

  • Sega Freaks
  • Sega Super Play
  • Ultraman Chara-maru
  • WCCF
  • Sega Card-Gen MLB
  • Mushiking
  • Dinosaur King
  • Initial D
  • KanColle
  • Transformers animated
  • Samurai & Dragons (even if they're not physical)
  • Sangokushi Taisen
  • Sega Sports NFL Players Party (1996)[52]
  • Rekishi Taisen Gettenka
  • Vídeo Aventuras: Gamesa con Sega (Mexico?)
  • Membership cards (Hatsune Miku arcade, MJ etc)
  • X-Men Game Gear (94 Fleer Ultra): Magneto, Cable, Gambit, Beast, Storm
  • good resource here for arcade stuff[53]

Helpful tips for later incorporation

  • When sourcing images from VGMDB, ensure you're logged in so you're able to download the full-size image.
  • Avoid using Retro Avengers for magazine scans. They hide their crappy watermarks on the last pages of magazines. Be careful with Datassette as well, they are replacing their old issues with Retro Avengers' versions.

Tarzan Famiclone

Cut-pasted from Unlicensed Mega Drive clones - this isn't a Mega Drive clone, it's a Famiclone that looks like a Mega Drive.It's out of scope in the sense that it has nothing to do with Sega, but I am partial to covering knock-offs like this that could be mistaken for the real thing. Leaving it here until I come up with a decision -Black Squirrel (talk) 13:14, 19 August 2017 (CDT)

Misc. magazine formatting for incorporation

The powercade
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Links to be incorporated and utilized

Sega Entertainment/related

Sega pachislot/related

Sega Toys

To mirror

Japanese
English

https://archive.org/details/@lurkingperson

The Golden Age Arcade Historian

This mostly lines up with my own research (it looks like we dipped into several of the same secondary sources) but does differ from my own work on some things: I show parts of Standard Games (specifically its distribution network) sold off to Stern post-dissolution in 1949-1951, they briefly mention shell companies but don't go into many of them (Service Games Panama becoming COSI, SARL, that weird one out of the Boston area, Segasa, etc.), only a passing mention of Nesor-Rosen in Rosen Enterprises, good to know I'm not the only person utterly confused by Nihon Goraku Bussan Scarred Sun (talk) 19:15, 6 August 2015 (CDT)

Ruten

I've got a lot less free time than I had, and I'm not able to keep up with this anymore. Ruten is a Taiwanese auction site which has all sorts of wacky gems, but if you don't grab the photos quickly the item can be bought and de-listed. It's not like eBay where a record sticks around for a while. This is where all the photos of multi-carts, bootlegs and weird peripherals come from. -Black Squirrel (talk) 15:10, 24 June 2015 (CDT)

Release dates to source

Images

Images needing articles

Images needing people tags

Images needing incorporation

Bugs

Suggestions

Unreleased Mega Drive games leftovers

from the old page

http://vgmdb.net/album/1818 someone (Ancient?) may have been working on a game called The Stickman is Back
http://turbo-boing.com/about Arena?
Zaxxon's Motherbase 2000 protos have SVP support strings
Outlaw Racing's development logs note numerous SVP references as well.
http://www.gamengai.com/cmnt_inf.php?id=1436&type=0
http://basiscape.com/arts_sakimoto.html quite a few here; possibly also other basiscape artists

Sonic Retro prereleases

All need representation on Sega Retro. Some Sonic Retro pages might need renaming.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 File:ArcadeExpress US 0124.pdf, page 8
  2. Cash Box, "April 24, 1976" (US; 1976-04-24), page 50
  3. 3.0 3.1 Cash Box, "November 12, 1983" (US; 1983-11-12), page 32
  4. http://blogpinball.blogspot.com/2016/07/segasa-sonic-desde-japon-hasta-parla.html
  5. File:Edge UK 010.pdf, page 10
  6. Sega Force, "Summer 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 8
  7. Tips & Tricks, "Volume VIII, Issue 8: July 2001" (US; 2001-xx-xx), page 51
  8. Official Dreamcast Magazine, "July 2000" (UK; 2000-06-08), page 25
  9. https://streetsofrage.fandom.com/wiki/Streets_of_Rage_Online
  10. File:CVG UK 098.pdf, page 106
  11. File:CVG UK 096.pdf, page 100
  12. http://mamedev.emulab.it/undumped/index.php?title=World_Masters_%28MegaTech_cart%29&redirect=no
  13. Sega Arcade History, Enterbrain, page 55
  14. Dreamcast Magazine, "2000-41 extra (2000-12-29ex)" (JP; 2000-12-15), page 72
  15. Dreamcast Magazine, "2000-41 extra (2000-12-29ex)" (JP; 2000-12-15), page 73
  16. http://chaosheroesonline.jp/
  17. http://chaos.playcybergames.com/main/en/
  18. http://facebook.com/chaosonline.game
  19. Press release: 1995-05-11: Headbone ships new CD series "What the Heck will Elroy do Next?"
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 http://forum.arcadeotaku.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=19661
  21. File:Arcades FR 07.pdf, page 29
  22. Edge, "October 1999" (UK; 1999-09-06), page 142
  23. File:Edge UK 028.pdf, page 62
  24. 24.0 24.1 Joypad, "Mai 1993" (FR; 1993-0x-xx), page 53
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 Joypad, "Mai 1993" (FR; 1993-0x-xx), page 58
  26. 26.0 26.1 Joypad, "Mai 1993" (FR; 1993-0x-xx), page 56
  27. Joypad, "Mai 1993" (FR; 1993-0x-xx), page 51
  28. File:EGM US 101.pdf, page 30
  29. Sega Magazine, "1997-02 (1997-02)" (JP; 1997-01-13), page 13
  30. Cash Box, "November 13, 1976" (US; 1976-11-13), page 70
  31. Cash Box, "February 15, 1969" (US; 1969-02-15), page 61
  32. Cash Box, "October 7, 1967" (US; 1967-10-07), page 82
  33. Cash Box, "April 25, 1970" (US; 1970-04-25), page 68
  34. Cash Box, "September 27, 1969" (US; 1969-09-27), page 69
  35. Cash Box, "December 26, 1981" (US; 1981-12-26), page 82
  36. Cash Box, "December 26, 1981" (US; 1981-12-26), page 84
  37. Cash Box, "September 27, 1969" (US; 1969-09-27), page 68
  38. Cash Box, "November 28, 1981" (US; 1981-11-28), page 40
  39. Cash Box, "July 6, 1968" (US; 1968-07-06), page 45
  40. Cash Box, "May 18, 1968" (US; 1968-05-18), page 77
  41. Mean Machines, "June 1991" (UK; 1991-05-29), page 97
  42. Sega Power, "May 1992" (UK; 1992-04-02), page 8
  43. [ ]
  44. The Games Machine, "July 1988" (UK; 1988-06-16), page 84
  45. File:DoubleDragonSMSJPManual.pdf
  46. File:Doubledragon sms us manual.pdf, page 4
  47. Computer & Video Games, "November 1992" (UK; 1992-10-15), page 8
  48. Sega Saturn Magazine, "November 1995" (JP; 1995-10-07), page 188
  49. File:Joseph B. Hewitt IV Profile.pdf, page 3
  50. https://forums.sonicretro.org/index.php?threads/mega-wice-westwood-icon-character-editor.37292/#post-911491
  51. Megazone, "June 1993" (AU; 1993-xx-xx), page 95
  52. https://www.tradingcarddb.com/Gallery.cfm/sid/93838/1996-Sega-Players-Party?PageIndex=1
  53. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13ZzoN_RfQMm9-789Xdn8Ukx0CwiRpBE0eu94gsroifY/edit#gid=0
  54. 54.0 54.1 https://mdshock.com/2021/01/25/seven-blazing-weeks-of-sega/
  55. https://www.linkedin.com/in/stuturner/