Sega CS

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Sega CS
Type Former division of Sega
Founded 1984 (Sega CS R&D2)
1991 (Sega CS)
(split into four divisions on April 1, 1996)
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Key people not disclosed
Industry Video games
Products Video games
Employees not disclosed
Website http://www.sega.com/

Sega CS (セガCS) was a Japanese video game developer that was the consumer software division of Sega.

Sega CS R&D2

Sega Consumer Software Research & Development No. 2 (セガ第二CS研究開発部 Sega daini CS kenkyū kaihatsu Bu) was founded as a consumer software division of Sega in 1984.

Sega CS

The division was renamed Sega CS (セガCS) in 1991.

Split into four divisions

On April 1, 1996, Sega CS was split into four divisions: Sega CS1, Sega CS2, Sega CS3, and Sega PC.

Sega CS R&D2 games owned by WEC Museum

Title System Year Added to museum Notes
Alex Kidd in Miracle World PlayPal 2006 October 31, 2020 The 1986 Master System version is on the PlayPal owned by the WEC Museum.
Aztec Adventure PlayPal 2006 October 31, 2020 The 1988 Master System version is on the PlayPal owned by the WEC Museum.

Sega CS games owned by WEC Museum

Title System Year Added to museum Notes
G-LOC: Air Battle Nintendo 3DS
Switch
2013 March 29, 2021 The 1991 Game Gear version is on the New 2DS owned by the WEC Museum.
The G.G. Shinobi Game Gear Micro 2020 March 26, 2021 The 1991 Game Gear version is on the Game Gear Micro owned by the WEC Museum.
Global Defense PlayPal 2006 October 31, 2020 The 1988 Master System version is on the PlayPal owned by the WEC Museum.
Gunstar Heroes Game Gear Micro 2020 March 26, 2021 The 1995 Game Gear version is on the Game Gear Micro owned by the WEC Museum.
The Ninja PlayPal 2006 October 31, 2020 The 1986 Master System version is on the PlayPal owned by the WEC Museum.
Sonic the Hedgehog Chaos Game Gear Micro 2020 March 26, 2021 The 1993 Game Gear version is on the Game Gear Micro owned by the WEC Museum.