Sega has publicly waved goodbye to ‘King Of Pop’ Michael Jackson.
The publisher worked with the superstar on title including Moonwalker and Space Channel 5 – whilst Jackson was also rumoured to have penned the score for Sonic The Hedgehog 3.
Jackson died last week at his LA home from heart failure.
“We here at Sega were very sad to hear about the passing of Michael Jackson. He was a true music legend whose songs touched each of us at some point in our lives.
“We are proud to have worked with him and included his music in some of our most well-remembered games and are sure that his genius will live on through his great body of work. We have no doubt that future generations will be moonwalking to all his greatest hits.”