Sonic Team (company)

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Sonic Team (company)
Founded: 2000-04-21
Defunct: 2004-07-01[1]
Headquarters:
Japan

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Sonicteam Ltd.[1] (株式会社 ソニックチーム), commonly stylized as SONICTEAM[2][3][4][5][6], was a development company established by Sega in 2000. It was a continuation of what had previously been an internal division, Sega Software R&D Dept. 8, which (alongside its predecessor Sega CS3, had been trading as "Sonic Team" since 1996).

In 2004 the company would be disbanded and development brought back in-house into Sega, briefly being renamed Sonicteam Division[7] or Sonicteam Div[8], becoming Global Entertainment R&D Dept. 1 in early 2005. As had been the case prior to 2000 with R&D8, GE1 continued to trade as Sonic Team.

Company statistics

  • Capital: 80 million yen[9]
  • Number of Employees: 57 (2000-03)[9], 72[10]

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Dreamcast

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GameCube

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Game Boy Advance

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i-mode 90x

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i-mode 70x

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J-Sky (50KB)

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J-Sky (100KB)

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EZweb (Java Phase 2/2.5)

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EZweb (Java Phase 3)

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EZweb (BREW 2.0)

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EZweb (BREW 2.1)

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EZweb (BREW 3.1)

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Club Air-Edge

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Emobile

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LG F2400

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LG KG800

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LG S5200

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LG U300

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LG U8110

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LG U8120

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LG U8138

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LG U8150

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LG U880

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Motorola C380

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Motorola C390

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Motorola C650

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Motorola C975

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Motorola C980

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Motorola E1000

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Motorola E1070

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Motorola E398

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Motorola KRZR K1

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Motorola PEBL U6

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Motorola RAZR maxx V6

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Motorola RAZR V3

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Motorola RAZR V3i

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Motorola RAZR V3x

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Motorola SLVR L7

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Motorola Triplets

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Motorola V1050

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Motorola V180

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Motorola V360

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Motorola V535

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Motorola V551

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List of staff

References


Timeline of Sega of Japan research and development divisions








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