Sunday, July 31, 2011

Sales also fell for SEGA

Even sales of the games Sega showed a sharp fall in April, May and June, with a loss of 2.224 billion yen (about 20 million euros). The figure is even more significant if you think that the house of Sonic in the same period last year was in surplus of 7.036 trillion yen (63 million). What happened in the meantime? Some of these huge losses is due to the earthquake that struck Japan, which has caused serious logistical problems to the company, but the problem is even (and especially) the low success of titles like Virtua Tennis 4 and Thor and Yakuza in the West: The End of Japan.

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