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Amusement Vision was a video game division owned by the Japanese video game company Sega.

2000–2005[]

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Sega formed Amusement Vision in 2000 as part of a major restructuring, with its first game, Monkey Ball was released as a arcade game in April 2001 and it was later ported to the Nintendo GameCube in late 2001 as Super Monkey Ball.

In 2005, Amusement Vision was dissolved and merged with a new division, New Entertainment R&D Dept., which later it became Sega CS Research and Development No. 1, also known as Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, in 2012.

Amusement Vision
Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio
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