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Submitted by Wedge1082 1123d ago | news

Sega Reports 83% Decline In Net Profit

Sega Sammy reported their financial results for the first six months ending September 30, 2011 this morning and while the company did show some profit for their efforts overall net profit fell by 83.7% from the same time period last year. (Industry, Sega)

PhilipLarkin  +   1123d ago
OUCH!

1: Release more Sonic
2: ???
3: Profit?
LordMe  +   1123d ago
Well, Sega. You deserve this.

All the games you release have horrible dates. Yakuza 3 Was pitted against Final Fantasy XIII, and Resonance of Fate against God of War 3.

Yeah, I love some of Sega's games, but they gotta start considering this shit!
whatthedeuce  +   1123d ago
I love how low consumption was 3rd on their list of reasons for this, behind the earthquake and supply chain issues. Pretty sure those first two didn't have as big an impact as putting out subpar games.

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