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News: Wait, So SEGA Now Owns Persona Developer Atlus?

Wait, So SEGA Now Owns Persona Developer Atlus?

Yes, it does

SEGA has tossed a big pile of cash at the feet of troubled holding group Index Corporation, and purchased Persona developer Atlus in the process. The company’s been sniffing around the flagging firm for some time, but won an auction to buy the bankrupt company in a deal estimated at around ¥14 billion ($140 million). According to...

News: SEGA May Reveal a New Yakuza Title Later This Month

SEGA May Reveal a New Yakuza Title Later This Month

You'll probably never get to play it, though

Yes, we’re still bitter. We’d gotten used to playing a new Yakuza title every year, but SEGA still hasn’t said anything about a localised version of Yakuza 5. The sequel – which deployed in Japan last year – sounded absolutely amazing, but we don’t have time to study a foreign language in...

Rumour: Football Manager 2014 Substituting PSP for Vita

Football Manager 2014 Substituting PSP for Vita

Soccer strategy simulation could be sprinting onto Sony's latest system

If you prefer your footie games to be riddled with statistics rather than bicycle kicks, you may already be doing a Mourinho over the rumours that Football Manager 2014 could be picking sides with the PlayStation Vita. Online retailer ShopTo.net listed the title for the...

News: Sony Almost Joined Forces with SEGA for the PlayStation

Sony Almost Joined Forces with SEGA for the PlayStation

Alternate history

It’s a well-known fact that the PlayStation started life as an add-on for the Super NES. Sony and Nintendo didn’t see eye-to-eye, though, and the latter stabbed its would-be ally in the back by announcing a partnership with Philips. However, before opting to go it alone, the manufacturer actually tried to strike a deal with...

News: Yakuza Could Be Flirting with the PlayStation Vita in the Future

Yakuza Could Be Flirting with the PlayStation Vita in the Future

Dragon of Dojima

There are few nights where we don’t weep at the lack of Yakuza 5 in our lives. The hotly anticipated PlayStation 3 adventure launched in Japan last year, but still hasn’t received a western release. Despite this, the series is still massively popular in its native market – and in a recent interview with an Eastern...