SEGA Rosso

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Established: 1 Jul 2000

Sega Rosso is the smallest of Sega's development houses, employing around 40 people in their Tokyo offices. Formerly known as Sega R&D Soft #5 (or AM5), Sega Rosso became an independent company in July 2000. The word "rosso" means "red" in Italian, and was chosen from the desire to express a new side of Sega (which uses blue as its corporate color). This arcade-focused company is headed by president Kenji Sasaki.

Software Highlights from Credited Titles

The company has been involved titles released on the Dreamcast.

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