Talk:Sega AM2

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The list of games developed by AM2 includes R-360 which isn't actually a game but an arcade cabinet. There are a few games that were modified to make full use of the cabinet though (most notable G-LOC R-360). Should R-360 be in the list or not? Felsir 06:51, September 5, 2005 (UTC)

Double redirect[edit]

As I do not know how to fix this, I will let it be known here. I received a double redirect from Sega-AM2 to AM2 to Sega AM2. Eric 04:26, September 7, 2005 (UTC)

The double redirect should be fixed now. There are some pages that link here via a redirect, when I have time I'll fix those too. Felsir 07:23, September 7, 2005 (UTC)

Daytona Developer[edit]

I'm not sure where to put this, but the Daytona Series' developer is SEGA AM2, not Amusement Vision. I will make sure this is correct on the weekend. Also, a sega fan site also says SEGA AM2 did develop it. 19:10, Febuary 14, 2006