Sega Intends to Make Their “Game Software” PS4/Next-Gen Compatible, Planning 7 PS3 and 5 PS Vita Games This Fiscal Year
Sega is one of the latest companies to release their financials from the previous fiscal year, reporting that software shipments dropped to 10.78 million. Among the top sellers for the company in North America and Europe was Sonic & All-Stars Racing at 1.36 million, Aliens: Colonial Marines at 1.31 million, Football Manager 2013 at 940,000, and London 2012 at 680,000.
Looking ahead to this fiscal year, Sega expects to have software shipments of 11.66 million, with the PlayStation 3 getting 7 games, the PS Vita getting 5, and the PSP at 2. Without naming any names, they also said that they “intend to make our game software compatible with the next-generation game machines, which are due to be launched.”
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