Sega's Simon Jeffery says Wii fad is 'disproven'

Simon Jeffery is the president of Sega of America. He joined the U.S. arm of the Japanese publisher, famous for games such as Sonic the Hedgehog, in 2005 to recruit U.S. and European game developers to work with Sega on both original games and to Westernize its portfolio. Before joining Sega, Jeffery was the president of LucasArts from 2000 to 2003. VentureBeat spoke with Jeffery about how the Japanese company is doing at its "Westernization" strategy and its moves into new areas such as iPhone games and the Nintendo Wii.

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Voiceofreason3715d ago

Much better article but the positives he has to say about the Wii will have many haters totally ignoring this article in favor of the one that was posted to flame the Wii.

Voiceofreason3715d ago

Next time you need to spice up your headline. Had it said something like "Wii is complete garbage" you would have 100 posts already.

Mao3715d ago

Any console analysis from them should be taken with a grain of salt.

DA_SHREDDER3715d ago

Its a turd,,, and it needs to be flushed down the toilet already.

Mao3715d ago

lol, this belongs in the open zone.

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