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Sega stock brodcast brings Sega news
May 17, 2002

Today at a Sega stock briefing brodcasted over the internet by a japanese web site, Sega spoke of a few new titles that they will be working on. They have also secured the rights to certain titles as well. While we don't know what platform any of these games will appear on we do know their names. Here is a list of games that Pojo.com came up with from the information we have:

  • A new version of Sonic
  • New House of the Dead game-- this time a survival horror
  • New version of Sega Rally
  • A new soccer simulation game to be added to the Sega's Sports collection
  • Fist of the North Star-- along with a 7 year exclusivity of all 700 works of Osamu Tezuka, Japan's most famous comic artist, the creator of Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion.
  • few other un-confirmed titles

As you can see Sega has big plans. Sega also plans on matching all of EA's future release dates. Sega claims that this way gamers can decide themselves which game is the best.

Along with that Sega makes it clear that there goal is to become the number one company for amusement, and forecast 16.9 billion yen in sales for the next fiscal term. These numbers include software sales, pachinko, and arcades. And with current sales of theire latest games with sales like these: Virtua Fighter 4- 1.5 million units, Sonic Adventure on GameCube- 1 million units, and Super Monkey Ball- almost 700,000 units Sega is well on their way to meeting their goal.

Sega also made it very clear that they were upset with with the negativity from the press over the failure of the Sega Dreamcast, but they feel that all that has been swept away by Sega's commitment to the software industry.

When we know more about all these games, so will you.

 

 

 

 


 



 

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