Development of the Sega/Mega CD was highly secretive for Sega of Japan, and did not consult with Sega of America until mid-1991. They were not given so much as a functioning unit to test out, instead they were initially only given preliminary technical documents about the system. Former Sega of America executive producer Michael Latham said, "When you work at a multinational company, there are things that go well and there are things that don't. They didn't want to send us working Sega CD units. They wanted to send us dummies and not send us the working CD units until the last minute because they were concerned about what we would do with it and if it would leak out. It was very frustrating."
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