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No idea what Bell Corporation is, but it says in the credits of ''F-1 Live Information'' for the Sega Saturn, "Developed by Bell Corporation."
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'''Bell Corporation''' (株式会社ベル) was apparently connected to Shiroshita Engineering (now [http://segglobal.com/ SEG]). [http://www.midiclub.jp/outline/profile.html] The company included some former T&E Soft staff. Some Bell staff later established Imagineer Interactive [https://twitter.com/5mingame2/status/15018386316591104], a development subsidiary of publisher Imagineer. [http://www.uforeader.com/v1/se/E04959_0050B0I2_5_2.html]
  
===Sega Saturn===
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'''[[About:Research Methods|Research Methods]]:''' [[Bell (credits)|Actual mentions]], interviews, print (see [[#Further reading|Further reading]]), [[Bell (credits)|shared staff]]
  
*''F-1 Live Information / F1 Challenge'' (JP Publisher: Sega, US/EU/AU Publisher: Virgin)
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===DOS/V===
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*''Formation Attack'' [https://ja-jp.facebook.com/5mingame2]
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*''Musashi'' (JP Publisher: Universal Designing Center?) [http://www.tok2.com/home/avionics/musashi/]<sup>[[#foot1|[1]]]</sup>
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:<small>Sound engineer Kengo Sakurai's website mentions a ''Musashi 2'', but there is no other information available. [http://www.midiclub.jp/outline/results.html]</small>
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===Saturn===
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*''F-1 Live Information'' / ''F1 Challenge'' (JP Publisher: Sega, US/EU/AU Publisher: Virgin)
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:<small>Some Graphics: Jitensha, [[Sign Projects]]; JP Music: T's Music</small>
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:<small>Originally began life as a PC game<sup>[[#foot1|[1]]]</sup></small>
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*''Pinball Graffiti'' (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video; EU Publisher: JVC) [https://twitter.com/gdri/status/736940763033042944]
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:<small>Sound: T's Music</small>
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:<small>Game includes music from ''Burning Soldier'', which was not by T's Music, and the Killer Tracks library [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osns1D4SbZY]</small>
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*''Wing Arms: Kareinaru Gekitsui Ou'' / ''Wing Arms'' (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sega)
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:<small>Some Graphics: Jitensha; Some Sound & Music: T's Music</small>
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:<small>A remake of ''Musashi''<sup>[[#foot1|[1]]]</sup></small>
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==Further reading==
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<span id="foot1">1. Szczepaniak, John. <i>The Untold History of Japanese Game Developers: Volume 2: Monochrome</i>. United States: SMG Szczepaniak, 2015. Print.</span>
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==Links==
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20141129233402/http://thoz.org/hanrei/%E5%90%8D%E5%8F%A4%E5%B1%8B%E9%AB%98%E7%AD%89%E8%A3%81%E5%88%A4%E6%89%80/%E5%B9%B3%E6%88%9010%28%E3%83%8D%29766/212 Court case involving Imagineer Interactive (excerpt that mentions Bell)] (Japanese)
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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 16:45, 30 November 2018

Bell Corporation (株式会社ベル) was apparently connected to Shiroshita Engineering (now SEG). [1] The company included some former T&E Soft staff. Some Bell staff later established Imagineer Interactive [2], a development subsidiary of publisher Imagineer. [3]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, interviews, print (see Further reading), shared staff

DOS/V

  • Formation Attack [4]
  • Musashi (JP Publisher: Universal Designing Center?) [5][1]
Sound engineer Kengo Sakurai's website mentions a Musashi 2, but there is no other information available. [6]

Saturn

  • F-1 Live Information / F1 Challenge (JP Publisher: Sega, US/EU/AU Publisher: Virgin)
Some Graphics: Jitensha, Sign Projects; JP Music: T's Music
Originally began life as a PC game[1]
  • Pinball Graffiti (JP Publisher: Pack-In-Video; EU Publisher: JVC) [7]
Sound: T's Music
Game includes music from Burning Soldier, which was not by T's Music, and the Killer Tracks library [8]
  • Wing Arms: Kareinaru Gekitsui Ou / Wing Arms (JP/US/EU Publisher: Sega)
Some Graphics: Jitensha; Some Sound & Music: T's Music
A remake of Musashi[1]

Further reading

1. Szczepaniak, John. The Untold History of Japanese Game Developers: Volume 2: Monochrome. United States: SMG Szczepaniak, 2015. Print.

Links