Sega Sammy has outlined business goals they have for the future, and they include improving localization quality and cooperation with Atlus USA.
Sega’s official Tokyo Game Show 2017 website has been launched today, revealing their games lineup for the upcoming event.
Sega Sammy has announced that the business headquarters of some of its subsidiaries will be moving to a new office, in Japan, in Fall 2018.
The target show floor plan for this year’s E3 2017 event shows that, for the first time, Atlus and Sega are officially sharing a booth by name.
Sega Sammy has released their annual report 2016, within which they have outlined the total worldwide unit sales of the three biggest Atlus franchises.
Atlus and Sega have given brief statements regarding their confirmed support for Nintendo’s newly announced game system, the Nintendo Switch.
Tokyo Game Show 2016 has now ended on September 18th in Japan, and Sega has released pictures of their booth and events featured at the show.
The final floor plans confirm that Sega will not have an E3 2016 booth of their own next to Atlus USA’s as the prospective plans did previously.
Sega Europe’s senior vice president has made a new statement regarding the status of Atlus USA published games in Europe.
A Sega Europe representative has stated that Atlus USA acts as an independent entity when it comes to the publishing partners they choose for Europe.