Advanced Pico Beena

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The Advanced Pico Beena (アドバンスピコ・ビーナ), meaning "Be Natural"[1] is a video game console jointly developed by Sega Toys and Applause Technologies[2]. It was released in August of 2005 and is the successor to the Sega Pico. Similar to its predecessor, the Advanced Pico Beena is aimed at children between the ages of 2 and 8 and stands primarily as an educational device. It has since been streamlined further, and is now commonly referred to simply as the Beena (ビーナ) or BeenaLite (ビーナLite).

Unlike the Sega Pico, the Advanced Pico Beena has not been released outside of Japan, and is maintained entirely by the Sega Toys division of the company (which also took control of the original Pico later in its lifespan). The final game released for the platform was Cars 2 Racing Beena: Mezase! World Champion! in 2011. The Beena continued to be produced after the release of its final game until it was officially discontinued two years later in 2013.

For information, see Advanced Pico Beena.

  1. (Wayback Machine: 2005-06-22 02:39)
  2. (Wayback Machine: 2009-01-05 18:53)


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