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Sega, Motorola link for games

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Sega Enterprises, Tokyo, and Motorola, Schaumburg, Ill., are teaming to bring interactive software to wireless phones and handheld devices. Sega this week debuts games capable of being played on Java 2-enabled Motorola devices at a software developers confab in San Francisco. Also this week, Sega of America kicks off a $50 "bonus" on its Internet-ready Dreamcast videogame console, bringing the retail cost of the hardware to $149. The promotion also allows consumers who purchase Dreamcast a free one-month subscription to SegaNet, to play Sega's suite of online games.

Copyright June 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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