SEGA's logo.

SEGA (officially known as SEGA SAMMY Holdings Inc) is a company that makes shames. It is one of the most popular shame making companies, beat only by the legendary Nintendo. SEGA started operating millions of years ago, but it only started making well known shames sometime in the 20th century. It got popular with Sonic the Hedgehog, but then people got bored, so now it is no longer successful.

SEGA's even beautifuler logo

SEGA was first officially founded somewhere between 1942, and 1992. They made their first shame, but everyone thought it was dumb. SEGA had just lost $10,000. They made two more shames, but those sucked even more than the first one.

SEGA gave up entirely. They decided they'd make the stupidest shame ever to celebrate the fact that they're giving up. They got their inspiration when a hedgehog fell in blue paint. They decided to make a shame about Sonic the Hedgehog.

On September 31st, 1991, Sonic the Hedgehog was released into stores. People went crazy. Literally. The shame was so awesome, their minds exploded and they started going insane.

They made a few more Sonic shames, and SEGA was really big. It became as popular as Nintendo. Nintendo got mad, so they decided to release Sonic Vs. Mario, but hack it so Mario ALWAYS wins. SEGA caught them, but the shame was still released.

SEGA eventually made too many Sonic shames, and people stopped liking them. They are currently doing poorly, but still making shames because that's all they know how to do.

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