Sega Interactive

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Sega Interactive was an interactive media arm of Sega in 1992. Formerly "Interactive Designs", this company developed miscellaneous Sega games in the 1990s.


Logo: On a black background, we see a 3D letter "S" in the foreground. Sandwiched over the "S" are three golden rings. "SEGA" is seen below the "S" in the Sonic font, and under it is "interActive" in a grungy font and in spaced-out letters. The rings roll around the logo.

Technique: 16-bit animation.

Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the game. However, on some games, a synthesized fanfare can be heard.

Availability: Rare. This can be seen on Garfield: Caught in the Act.

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