Talk:Sega Sports R&D
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I'd just like to point out that the GBA version of Jet Set Radio was released in Europe, not "ONLY" the US as the article claims. Pocket Heaven has two screenshots of the European version: http://releases.pocketheaven.com/?system=gba§ion=release&rel=1376 The title screen in the first screenshot clearly says "Jet Set Radio" which proves it's not the US version, titled "Jet Grind Radio".
Amusement Vision Merger
Some of the members left for Amusement vision while others remained, those who remained went on to form Sega Sports Japan therefore the articles will not be merged.
What's with it being called Sega Sports Japan
I renamed the article to Smilebit. Why was it called Sega Sports Japan? SSJ wasn't even mentioned within the article. With a little effort we can flesh the article out and move TeamA's stuff back into their own article. Chopper Dave (talk) 21:24, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
User:18.104.22.168 made an addition to the article pointing out "Smilebit is now a development team within Sega. Internally they are known as Sega Sports R&D Department or Sega Sports Japan." Thank you! I suggest we keep the Smilebit name as they're most famous as Smilebit. Chopper Dave (talk) 09:36, 26 October 2009 (UTC)