Next-Gen recently spoke with Sega's Scott Steinberg, who explained his statements about Wii's (lack of) longevity, why PS3 users were stiffed on Virtual Fighter 5 online and Sega's colonization of the Western world.
Steinberg explains that in fact Sega is currently balancing its portfolio quite evenly between all major platforms, including PC. Right now, the firm isn't banking on one sole platform.
"Are we placing bets [on one particular platform]? No one can tell right now who'll 'win.' It's still too early. All three consoles have got the right materials for success. That alchemy is there across all three different platforms. I guess that's being defined a bit differently with Nintendo, but they definitely have their own consumer-oriented track, which we think is great. So I think from a third-party publisher's standpoint it's not wise to make bets right now that don't include all three consoles."