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Hitmaker (ヒットメーカー) is a former internal development studio owned by Sega. It was founded in 2000 largely on the remains of Sega Software R&D Dept. 3 (formerly Sega AM3), and was one of the 10 that was spun off during the 2000 restructure.

AM3 was a dominant force within Sega throughout the 1990s, however had been very much arcade-orientated by design. With Hitmaker, this focus shifted more towards home consoles, but as the arcade section did not go away, this led to Hitmaker producing a large chunk of Sega games during the 2000-2004 period.

In October 2003, Sega Rosso was merged back into the studio.

Hitmaker even had their own record label, Hitmaker Records, for a short period.





Game Boy Advance


PlayStation 2





Magazine articles

Main article: Hitmaker/Magazine articles.

External links


Domestic Sega studios
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CSK Sega Sammy Holdings
Sega Enterprises, Ltd. Sega Corporation Sega Games & Interactive
Sega R&D 1 Sega AM1 R&D #1 WOW Entertainment Sega WOW Sega AM1
Studio 128 Sega R&D 8 Sega AM2 R&D #2 AM2 of CRI Sega-AM2 Sega AM2
Sega AM11 R&D #4 Amusement Vision New Entertainment Sega CS1
Ryu ga Gotoku Studio
DigitalRex AM Plus
Sega AM3 R&D #3 Hitmaker Sega AM3
AM Annex R&D #5 Sega Rosso
Sega AM4 Sega Mechatronics Product R&D
N. Pro. R&D
Sega AM5 Mirai R&D Family Entertainment
Sega AM6
Sega R&D 2 Sega CS Sega CS1 R&D #6 Smilebit Sega Sports Design
Team Andromeda
Sega PC Online R&D
Sega CS2 R&D #7 Overworks GE2 Sega CS3
Sonic Team
Sega CS3 R&D #8 GE1 Sega CS2
R&D #9 United Game Artists
Sega Sound Team
Sega Digital Studio Wave Master Wave Master (label)
Mobile Content R&D Sega Networks
Visual Entertainment Marza Animation Planet