iPod 'flawless' for games, says Sega

Sega has praised the 'flawless' distribution network of Apple's iPod after signing up to provide games for the platform – calling the device 'the most pervasive cross-demographic piece of consumer electronics today'.

The publisher agreed to provide Sonic The Hedgehog as a download via iTunes back in December.

And despite being unable to confirm that more of its content may come to the device soon, Sega of America boss Simon Jeffery told MCV that the firm was very excited to have forged a working relationship with Apple.

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