History Creator / Sega

12th Feb '16 11:22:12 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' (the PlayStation3 version was coded by Sega)
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' (the PlayStation3 UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 version was coded by Sega)

** Since the time of SG-1000, SEGA seems to always struck in second place behind Creator/{{Nintendo}}, with occasional third or worse place in some situation (PlayStation and PlayStation2 era, as well as the classical [[UsefulNotes/ConsoleWars Console War]] in Japan, where the PCEngine actually outsold the Genesis.)
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** Since the time of SG-1000, SEGA seems to always struck strike in second place behind Creator/{{Nintendo}}, with occasional third or worse place in some situation (PlayStation situations (UsefulNotes/PlayStation and PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 era, as well as the classical [[UsefulNotes/ConsoleWars Console War]] in Japan, where the PCEngine actually outsold the Genesis.)
2nd Feb '16 1:41:32 AM TendouMan
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* ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 3}}''
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* ** ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 3}}''3}}'' ** ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 4}}'' ** ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 5}}''
8th Jan '16 7:02:45 AM PF
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Once upon a time, Sega, a big arcade video game company, was part of the "[[RuleOfThree big three]]" console developers, its main competition being Creator/{{Nintendo}}, and later Sony Computer Entertainment (with the introduction of the UsefulNotes/PlayStation in 1994/1995). The company was founded in the 1940 in UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}} as Standand Games. Following World War II, the company was renamed to "'''Se'''rvice '''Ga'''mes," before relocating to UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} in the [[TheFifties 1950s]], when it became a creator and distributor of redemption games designed for overseas markets. As a result of these origins, many of their games are often designed for an international market (and as a side result, this is also why many of their games contain a lot of Engrish and spotty English voice work across different versions.) Sega moved into arcade game development in the 1960s, as U.S. governmental crackdowns on gambling machines and {{pinball}}, along with increased competition worldwide, made it difficult to turn a profit solely from redemption and slot games.
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Once upon a time, Sega, a big arcade video game company, was part of the "[[RuleOfThree big three]]" console developers, its main competition being Creator/{{Nintendo}}, and later Sony Computer Entertainment (with the introduction of the UsefulNotes/PlayStation in 1994/1995). The company was founded in the 1940 in UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}} as Standand Games. Following World War II, the company was renamed to "'''Se'''rvice '''Ga'''mes," before relocating to UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} in the [[TheFifties 1950s]], when it became a creator and distributor of redemption games designed for overseas markets. As a result of these origins, many of their games are often designed for an international market (and as a side result, this is also why many of their games contain a lot of Engrish and spotty English voice work across different versions.) Sega moved into arcade game development in the 1960s, as U.S. governmental crackdowns on gambling machines and {{pinball}}, along with increased competition worldwide, made it difficult to turn a profit solely from redemption and slot games.
8th Jan '16 7:02:45 AM PF
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8th Jan '16 7:02:26 AM PF
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Once upon a time, Sega, a big arcade video game company, was part of the "[[RuleOfThree big three]]" console developers, its main competition being Creator/{{Nintendo}}, and later Sony Computer Entertainment (with the introduction of the UsefulNotes/PlayStation in 1994/1995). The company was founded in the 1940s in UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}} as "'''Se'''rvice '''Ga'''mes," before relocating to UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} in the [[TheFifties 1950s]], when it became a creator and distributor of redemption games designed for overseas markets. As a result of these origins, many of their games are often designed for an international market (and as a side result, this is also why many of their games contain a lot of Engrish and spotty English voice work across different versions.) Sega moved into arcade game development in the 1960s, as U.S. governmental crackdowns on gambling machines and {{pinball}}, along with increased competition worldwide, made it difficult to turn a profit solely from redemption and slot games.
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Once upon a time, Sega, a big arcade video game company, was part of the "[[RuleOfThree big three]]" console developers, its main competition being Creator/{{Nintendo}}, and later Sony Computer Entertainment (with the introduction of the UsefulNotes/PlayStation in 1994/1995). The company was founded in the 1940s 1940 in UsefulNotes/{{Hawaii}} as Standand Games. Following World War II, the company was renamed to "'''Se'''rvice '''Ga'''mes," before relocating to UsefulNotes/{{Japan}} in the [[TheFifties 1950s]], when it became a creator and distributor of redemption games designed for overseas markets. As a result of these origins, many of their games are often designed for an international market (and as a side result, this is also why many of their games contain a lot of Engrish and spotty English voice work across different versions.) Sega moved into arcade game development in the 1960s, as U.S. governmental crackdowns on gambling machines and {{pinball}}, along with increased competition worldwide, made it difficult to turn a profit solely from redemption and slot games.
3rd Jan '16 7:18:03 PM Ominae
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* ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' a.k.a. ''Ryu Ga Gotoku'' ("Like a Dragon") in Japan.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza}}'' a.k.a. ''Ryu Ga Gotoku'' ("Like a Dragon") in Japan.Japan. * ''VideoGame/{{Yakuza 3}}''
24th Nov '15 7:27:57 PM Ominae
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* ''VideoGame/ValkryiaAzureRevolution''
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* ''VideoGame/ValkryiaAzureRevolution''''VideoGame/ValkyriaAzureRevolution''
23rd Nov '15 3:32:53 AM Ominae
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* ''VideoGame/ValkryiaAzureRevolution''
22nd Nov '15 5:26:40 AM Ominae
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* ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChroniclesII'' * ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChroniclesIII''
13th Nov '15 5:51:44 AM Phoenixion
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* ''VideoGame/XMen2CloneWars''
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