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'''G-Sat''' ("Game Satellite" [http://chibarei.blog.jp/gsl/words2/g-sat/g-sat.html]) was a game development company started by Sega and advertising agency Asatsu-DK. [http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Interview:Masato_Watanabe] Staff included people who worked on the original ''Mother'' for the Famicom like Tatsuya Ishii (石井達也) and Takayuki Onodera (小野寺崇之). Producer/director Masato Watanabe (渡辺雅人) met them through a video game magazine he was editing at the time. [http://chibarei.blog.jp/gsl/words2/g-sat/g-sat.html]
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'''G-Sat''' ("Game Satellite" [http://chibarei.blog.jp/gsl/words2/g-sat/g-sat.html]) was a game development company started by Sega and advertising agency Asatsu-DK. [http://gdri.smspower.org/wiki/index.php/Interview:Masato_Watanabe] in July 1992. [https://retrocdn.net/index.php?title=File:BeepMD_JP_1993-04.pdf&page=88] Staff included people who worked on the original ''Mother'' for the Famicom like Tatsuya Ishii (石井達也) and Takayuki Onodera (小野寺崇之). Producer/director Masato Watanabe (渡辺雅人) met them through a video game magazine he was editing at the time. [http://chibarei.blog.jp/gsl/words2/g-sat/g-sat.html]
  
 
'''[[About:Research_Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Interviews, shared staff
 
'''[[About:Research_Methods|Research Methods]]:''' Interviews, shared staff

Latest revision as of 23:01, 18 April 2018

G-Sat ("Game Satellite" [1]) was a game development company started by Sega and advertising agency Asatsu-DK. [2] in July 1992. [3] Staff included people who worked on the original Mother for the Famicom like Tatsuya Ishii (石井達也) and Takayuki Onodera (小野寺崇之). Producer/director Masato Watanabe (渡辺雅人) met them through a video game magazine he was editing at the time. [4]

Research Methods: Interviews, shared staff

Related Interviews: Masato Watanabe

Mega CD/Sega CD

  • Hourai Gakuen (unreleased) (Sega) [5]
  • Ishii Hisaichi no Daiseikai (JP Publisher: Sega)
Some Graphics?: Soft Machine; Sound Programming, Sound Effects: T's Music

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • Doraemon: Yume Dorobou to 7-nin no Gozans (JP Publisher: Sega)
Graphics: Nexus Interact, Winds