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Sega Consumer Research and Development Dept. #1 (Sega CS1) was a video game research and development division within Sega. As the name suggests, it was the first "consumer"-specific R&D department created by Sega of Japan. It was officially founded in April 1996 and headed by Makoto Oshitani.
The studio garnered various members from people who worked on Panzer Dragoon, sports games, 32X titles, and also developers who worked on 8-Bit conversion of titles for the Master System and Game Gear.
In May 1999, all of Sega's internal development divisions were renamed, with CS1 becoming Sega Software R&D Dept. 6. During this transition, many developers left Sega to join the new start-ups Artoon and Land Ho!.
- J.League Pro Soccer Club o Tsukurou! (1996)
- World Advanced Daisenryaku: Sakusen File (1996)
- Torico (1996)
- Greatest Nine '96 (1996)
- Sega Worldwide Soccer 98 (1997)
- Shinseiki Evangelion: 2nd Impression (1997)
- J.League Victory Goal '97 (1997)
- Pro Yakyuu Greatest Nine 97 (1997)
- Pro Yakyuu Greatest Nine 97 Make Miracle (1997)
- Pro Yakyuu Team mo Tsukurou! (1998)
- Pro Yakyuu Greatest Nine 98 (1998)
- Sega Ages Phantasy Star Collection (1998)
- Shoujo Kakumei Utena: Itsuka Kakumei Sareru Monogatari (1998)
- Sega Ages I Love Mickey Mouse: Fushigi no Oshiro Daibouken/I Love Donald Duck: Guruzia Ou no Hihou (1998)
- Sega Worldwide Soccer 98 (1998)
List of staff
- Main article: Sega CS1/Magazine articles.
|Timeline of Sega of Japan research and development divisions|