[ISEA94] Artists Statement: Sega Enterprises – Megalopolice: Tokyo City Battle (1993)

Artists Statement

A futuristic crime adventure as a ride, produced for the interactive AS-1 simulator. A wild rush through Tokyo in the year 2154, in pursuit of a bunch of international eco-terrorists led by the arch-criminal Brute Bombalez.

Video: “logo and opening movie based on Megalopolice”:

See also: Megalopolice: Tokyo City Battle [Sega 32x – Tech Demo/ Cancelled ?)

  • Sega is a video game developer, publisher, and hardware development company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, with multiple offices around the world. The company has produced home video game consoles and handheld consoles since 1983; these systems were released from the third console generation to the sixth. Sega was formed from the merger of slot machine developer Service Games and arcade game manufacturer Rosen Enterprises in 1964, and it produced arcade games for the next two decades. After a downturn in the arcade game industry in the 1980s, the company transitioned to developing and publishing video games and consoles.[1] The first Sega console was the Japan-only SG-1000, released in 1983. Sega released several variations of this console in Japan, the third of which, the Sega Mark III, was rebranded as the Master System and released worldwide in 1985. They went on to produce the Genesis—known as the Mega Drive outside of North America—and its add-ons beginning in 1988, the Game Gear  handheld console in 1990 and the Sega Saturn in 1994. [source Wikipedia]