TICGN: Sega looks to be returning to the hardware game if these patents are anything to go by. Check out the ideas Sega has for their gaming future.
Sega is coming with a handheld!! Its a huge market.
I agree, if they came out with a new game gear or whatever they call it that would be killer. They have a huge catalog and plenty to take advantage of.
Did anyone look at that menu? It had four listed options: Item Attack Defend Magic. It is like they are demonstrating a new Arcadia game (turn based)
They already are. The Game Gear Mini.
A Game Gear mini would be a neat idea I'd buy one
Did you see that thing they announced yesterday?
I don't think anyone could see that thing.
Maybe some ants
Reminds me of Sega Nomad. The hybrid precursor to Switch.
It's a Sega patent. What does this have anything to do with Microsoft in the article? Jumping to conclusions much article writer?
Because in last few days of Sega big announcement 60th anniversary there were rumors of Sega making a new console without recourses, and Microsoft making stronger position in Japan without software. People making connection there.
It didnt happen. This article is expired. It's June 5th here in eastern Asia, and SEGA patent turned out to be something called "fog gaming", which has nothing to do with microsoft.
Stanjara8h ago Because in last few days of Sega big announcement 60th anniversary there were rumors of Sega making a new console without recourses, and Microsoft making stronger position in Japan without software. People making connection there.*** Then again DIMPs https://en.wikipedia.org/wi... ***Bandai Namco Entertainment, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Sega Sammy Holdings and Takashi Nishiyama are the major shareholders of the company.*** Is owned by Bandai Namco, SIE and Sega Sammy Holdings.. So any hostile Sega takeover would not have included this subsidiary or these IPs https://en.wikipedia.org/wi...
Yeah id rather wait for sony gamecube lol
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