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*''World Heroes'' (US Publisher: Sega)
 
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Latest revision as of 04:33, 11 April 2019

Sega Midwest Studio logo

Sega Midwest Studio, originally known as Sega Midwest Development Division [1], was based in the Chicago suburb of Northbrook. [2] It opened in 1992 [3] and shut down in January 1995. [4]

Research Methods: Actual mentions, interviews

Related Interviews: Jim Reichert, Jim Rohn

32X

  • AfterShock (unreleased) (Sega)
  • Black Angel (unreleased) (Sega) [5]

Mega Drive/Genesis

  • NHL All-Star Hockey '95 (US Publisher: Sega)
Game Design: New Wave Graphics; Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies; Stats: Blue Line Productions; Video Production: Wotman Productions
  • World Heroes (US Publisher: Sega)
Sound: Schmidt Entertainment Technologies