Reconfirmed: SEGA is no longer publishing Marvel games

I woke up this morning seeing a bunch of sites reporting that SEGA was no longer publishing Marvel games, as if this was a new discovery. Sadly, SEGA had confirmed this in an interview with Alan Pritchard for Game Informer back in December of 2010. In that interview he said that SEGA was not going to be publishing Marvel games after Thor and Captain America.
Now lets go forward to 2012, this is making rounds as something new. It isn’t. Old news, new mouth. Earlier today HollywoodReporter posted an interview with Marvel’s TQ Jefferson. TQ Jefferson is vp games production for Marvel, when asked if SEGA was going to publish any further Marvel properties he responded with.

“There are no current plans for additional Marvel games to be published by Sega.”

Again, nothing new. But hey, now we got it confirmed by both SEGA and Marvel.


4 responses to “Reconfirmed: SEGA is no longer publishing Marvel games

  1. Radrappy says:

    Its probably for the best. They pretty much royally fucked up their licensed efforts since the Golden Compass. Was there even a good game to come out of this whole mess?

  2. Radrappy says:

    oh yeah! aliens. Here’s hoping.

  3. Centrale says:

    Good riddance to bad rubbish.

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