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A letter from the Publishers
Hello, Sega Gamers:
Welcome to the second fantastic issue of SEGA VISIONS™ , your exclusive hands-on guide to the latest in Sega excitement. VISIONS has game reviews, previews, the latest video news, and much, much more.
Judging from our readers' enthusiastic response, the Premiere issue was a smashing success. We're delighted with your compliments, critiques, creative ideas, and even your criticisms. We need your feedback to continue to offer the best video games and video game magazine around. So keep those cards and letters coming in. We love them all.
Sega gamers are the best. You didn't follow the pack when you chose your Sega system. You intelligently evaluated the field and discovered the Sega advantage. Your letters prove Sega is the leader in depth of play and quality of graphics, and you told us to let the world know.
And we are. Keep your eyes peeled this fall for our national advertising blitz. "Genesis Does What Nintendon't" shows the exclusive, hot, new games that Sega offers and "Nintendon't" - games like Michael Jackson's Moonwalker™, Joe Montana's Football™, Pat Riley Basketball™, Super Monaco GP™, E-SWAT™, James "Buster" Douglas Knockout Boxing™, Dynamite Duke™, The Sword of Vermilion™, Columns™ — the list goes on and on.
Plus, we've signed on 17 software development companies and plan to almost double that number by January, 1991. Tengen, Razorsoft, Seismic, and Electronic Arts are just a few that have joined the Sega team as third party licensees. And when you're buying their games, look for the Genesis Seal of Quality. This seal is your guarantee that the games that display it are Genesis-compatible and meet our high standards of action, graphics, and game play. Find out the latest news on all these great new games in every issue of Visions in our new section, "Party line" beginning on page 22.
We maintain our quality and excellence for one reason: you, the best and brightest video gamers. Together, you and Sega make an unbeatable team. Nintendo, beware! The Sega Generation is here!
Bob Harris & Al Nilsen
Nintendo is a registered trademark of Nintendo of America, Inc.
Sega Visions Vol 1 Issue 2 Oct/Nov 1990
- Publishers: Bob Harris, Al Nilsen
- Editor-in-Chief:James Kirkland
- Editor: Arnie Katz
- Managing Editor: MaryJane Surette
- Senior Editor: Bill Kunkel
- News Editor: Joyce Worley
- Director of Operations: Kathleen Graveline
- Operations Coordination: Naomi Okazaki
- Correspondence Manager: David Boughner
- Advertising Manager: Michael Shorrock
- Associate Editors: Marjorie Gove, Bill Lewkowitz
- Product Editors: Hugh Bowen
- Games Strategist: Frank Tetro
- Art Director: John Sprague
- Assistant Art Director: Christine Barreira
- Contributing Artists: Dave Sullivan, Susana Weber
- Production Manager: John Sweeney
- Production Associate: Gail Yazejian
- DTP Consultant: Peter Ginsburg
Sega Visions"' is published bi-monthly by Sega of America, Inc.. 573 Forties Blvd.. So. San Francisco, CA 94080 in conjunction with The Communique Group, Inc. and Kate, Kunkel and Worley.
Single copy rates are U.S. 53.50; Canada and Mexico $4.95.
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