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Submitted by Slapshot82 470d ago | opinion piece

SEGA's upcoming 3DS eShop Free-to-Play release is a brilliant product strategy

DDNet writes:

"Nintendo and the mobile gaming industry; it's a conversation that continues unabated. But while many will continue to focus on Nintendo, its once bitter rival, SEGA, is about to unleash a new strategy on Nintendo's 3DS that holds the potential of being a runaway success: the service's first free-to-play (F2P) title, Initial D: Perfect Drift Online; and in doing so SEGA is bringing the essence of the mobile markets to Nintendo's console." (3DS, Initial D Perfect Shift Online, Sega)

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