In this SEGA News Bits, George and Barry discuss the recent announcement that publisher Deep Silver has teamed with SEGA of America and Atlus USA to release Atlus and select SEGA titles to Europe. That’s right! While SEGA Europe lets great games slip through the cracks, these two American companies are picking up the slack (“Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers” anyone?) .
Europeans can expect Atlus’ Persona 5 and Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse as well as SEGA’s 7th Dragon III Code: VFD in both physical and packaged releases thanks to a deal made with Deep Silver, and that is just the beginning. More games are to come! Listen to our thoughts on what this means for SEGA Europe and why SEGA of America and Atlus USA had to do what they did in our latest News Bits.
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4 responses to “SEGA News Bits: Deep Silver to bring SEGA and Atlus titles to Europe”
I think it’s a good idea. SoE are clearly focused on just making games now with all their great teams. This leaves everything else for Deep Silver to worry about.
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SoJ have done a terrific job in gutting SoE on the publishing front when they turned to digital only.
I love deep silver goin back a ways now I loved the risen games and secret files games metro is awesome as well as and wasteland 2 and homefront deep silver is totally cool ( except for the awful mighty no 9 campaign