Sega announced today that it's restructuring its corporate organization, while relevant changes are happening at the helm.
Seems similar to Konami's restructuring that's going into effect next week.
As much as I dislike SEGA, I at least have faith that this will lead to more games on their part. Konami's restructuring is just for show unless they prove it isn't be releasing something...even if it's another set of retro collections. Literally anything they throw our way would be an improvement over the nothing they currently produce.
Hey, I'd take a MGS HD rerelease at this point...
Wow, three people obviously have more faith in Konami than I do.
That's good news, i remember hearing a while back that bickering amung higher ups and inability to make decisions has been why they don't make many games or new ips as often. Hopefully this finally fixes that because they still have some great talent in there
But the question is does Sega have Blast Processing in 2021?
It's thinking it's about to be apart of XGS.
So long as yakuza continues I'll be fine with it
Should’ve done this 35 years ago
Does that mean we will finally have Shining Force 3 HD, Phantasy Star 5, Panzer Dragoon Saga HD, Skies of Arcadia 2.....and so on..
The hell is going behind the scenes? Sonic Voice actor leaving, Yakuza creator stepping his position down but still with Sega, and now this?
"Voluntary retirement" is also ongoing for the company. Many few faces will appear in the years to come.
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