In 1982, the name of the company was changed to Sega Electronics to better strengthen the Sega brand name in the United States.Can be used for arcades? If yes we can see an Atari-Sega was we saw a Sega-gremlin before, as that was very common in arcades, if not they would keep the corporate name and Sega AM brand.
And Namco bought Atari Games in 1984. Make of that what you will.
What do you mean, "took an eternity"? Atari Games' library could be made into games exclusive for Sega consoles in a bid to win customers — maybe under the STI name. This could have several consequences.Maybe I don't think would change the mega drive that much, as Sega got lucky NEC fumble it up in the west and Nintendo took an eternity with the super Famicom. But if they alongside Suzuki can change the Saturn, the better
Also, would Jack Tramiel's Atari Corporation go the OTL way or could some butterflies be worked in?