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[[File:Hitmaker Logo.svg|thumb|right|300px|Hitmaker logo]]'''Hitmaker''' (originally '''AM3''') is a former second-party developer for [[Sega|Sega Corporation]]. The development house has produced some popular video games, including ''Virtual On'', ''Crazy Taxi'', and ''Virtua Tennis''. In 2000, as a part of a restructuring of Sega, they were renamed Hitmaker. Later in 2004, they were merged back with the other "AM teams" into Sega.
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[[File:Hitmaker Logo.svg|thumb|right|300px|Hitmaker logo]]'''Hitmaker''' (originally '''AM3''') is a former second-party developer for [[Sega|Sega Corporation]]. The development house has produced some popular video games, including ''Virtual-On'', ''Crazy Taxi'', and ''Virtua Tennis''. In 2000, as a part of a restructuring of Sega, they were renamed Hitmaker. Later in 2004, they were merged back with the other "AM teams" into Sega.
  
 
==Production history==
 
==Production history==
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* ''[[Star Wars Arcade]]'' (1994)
 
* ''[[Star Wars Arcade]]'' (1994)
 
* ''[[Sega Rally Championship]]'' (1995) (Saturn Version)
 
* ''[[Sega Rally Championship]]'' (1995) (Saturn Version)
* ''[[Virtual On]]'' (1995)
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* ''[[Virtual-On]]'' (1995)
 
* ''[[Gunblade NY]]'' (1995)
 
* ''[[Gunblade NY]]'' (1995)
 
* ''[[Baku Baku]]'' (1995)
 
* ''[[Baku Baku]]'' (1995)

Revision as of 07:33, 20 September 2011

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Hitmaker (originally AM3) is a former second-party developer for Sega Corporation. The development house has produced some popular video games, including Virtual-On, Crazy Taxi, and Virtua Tennis. In 2000, as a part of a restructuring of Sega, they were renamed Hitmaker. Later in 2004, they were merged back with the other "AM teams" into Sega.

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