Sega and Nintendo are in an exclusives deal now
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LigersRule posted...TheOmegaShen posted...Nope, they only partnered with Nintendo to make some Sonic games.
Fun fact: Red Steel 2, at times, ran at 85 frames per second.
What do they make besides Sonic these days? The Conduit games were the only thing I can think of in recent memory that were worth a darn. Of course it is nearly 4am and I'm really tired and I'm not trying to think of any.
SEGA's development studios aren't doing almost anything at all besides Sonic these days. NiGHTS: Into Dreams was the last big one I can think of. Conduit and MadWorld were both SEGA Published, but they aren't Developed by SEGA's development studios (which, in this day and age, has pretty much boiled down to Sonic Team).
SEGA has pretty much phased out all their original IPs besides Sonic.
Total War, Football Manager, Spiral Knights, and Shinobi are still around. And while JSR is a pretty good game, the majority of people wouldn't really care about a sequel. Same with SC5, Crazy Taxi, and Shenmue.
As much as I want sequels to older and more obscure SEGA franchises, I can see why they only focus on Sonic nowadays. Sonic games sell and the quality of the series has improved over the years.
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like2nap posted...LigersRule posted...TheOmegaShen posted...Nope, they only partnered with Nintendo to make some Sonic games.
I love turning my TV up to 240hz to play that game. It's SOOOO silky smooth.
HVS has no relation to SEGA, besides the fact that SEGA published the Conduit series. This doesn't mean anything to HVS.
Lig with all his knowledge right there to crush a dream. :(
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