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>>5289930
I remember playing it a little. Also screensavers and sitting desktop dolls.

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>>4070062
Sega was one of the first (if not the first) sponsor Evangelion got.
Back in 1993/94, when Gainax was presenting the Evangelion project to companies, a lot of people thought the robots would be hard to market as toys. Sega was the first company that actually produced Evangelion figures (pic related those are by Sega). Ban Dai and Kaiyodo jumped ship later on, when Evangelion was already popular.
Sega also did the first Eva trading cards, and the first Eva video game, naturally.



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