Bernie Stolar, 75, was also a founding executive of Sony Computer Entertainment America, which launched the PlayStation and several first-party games for it in 1995.
Joined Sega of America in 1997, reprioritized Dreamcast over failing Saturn The former president of Sega of America who oversaw the 1999 launch of the Dreamcast has died.
Stolar had been hired as a hardware consultant by Sega’s Hayao Nakayama, with whom Kalinske had frequently clashed before resigning.
To Takahashi, Stolar recalled trying to get Google into the games business by “taking games from publishers and streaming those through our online network.”
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