SEGA plans on bringing free-to-play games to the Nintendo 3DS

SEGA seems to really have partnered up with Nintendo for this generation. With the Wii U getting exclusive SEGA IPs like Sonic Lost World, it’s hard not to notice. Where are all those Playstation 4 and Xbox One SEGA games? Well, it seems that SEGA has more games planned for a Nintendo product; the Nintendo 3DS, and these games won’t cost you  a cent! SEGA Japan already announced their first ‘free-to-play’ 3DS title with “Initial D: Perfect Shift Online“.

“We don’t intend to stop with this title, and after looking over its results, we’ll think about what to do next. However, unlike games for smartphones, I believe there’s a perfect shape of ways to do things, somewhere out there, for the Nintendo 3DS. I believe that finding it will be our challenge, and in many ways, Initial D will be our first step.” – Toshihiro Nagoshi

It is not surprising considering the fact that SEGA boosted about the success of their free-to-play titles in their last earning reports. It seems that SEGA’s catalogue for free-to-play games continues to grow, do you think it’s worth SEGA’s investment?


One response to “SEGA plans on bringing free-to-play games to the Nintendo 3DS

  1. robert delgado says:

    ha ha ha! right sega! free…if you give personal info (like nintendo id on 3ds) i refuse to be told i must have their lame id to download demos. also sega says FREE but that means add-ons you’ll need cost EXTRA. its a trap!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.