SEGA-AM2 is developing a arcade game based on Kantai Collection

If you never heard of Kantai Collection (or KanColle as the fans say), its a free-to-play browser game created by Kadokawa Games and is actually a card collecting game. The browser game has over 2.5 million regisitered users and the franchise has been spreading to other media like manga (more than one series), anime series and even a licensed tabletop role-playing game.

The franchise is rising to popularity fast, with the browser game only launching in 2013. SEGA of course wants in on the action, seeing how highly successful other ventures like Hatsune Miku (Which AM2 developed the arcade version of this game) have been for the company.

Personally would rather have SEGA-AM2 announce a new internal IP, instead of doing a license game (especially a card game). But you never know what the future has in store…


2 responses to “SEGA-AM2 is developing a arcade game based on Kantai Collection

  1. TJGAMER says:

    This looks fun, I just hope SEGA makes better decisions. ALSO, You won’t believe it but Sega/Sonic Team released a Phantasy Star Online 2 Survey on the 15th February 2015 to check if people still want this game aboard. Please spreed the word. GO!!!

  2. Arache says:

    I don’t think I need to explain how nerdy this sounds. No thank you.

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