SEGA To Shut Down Many Offices Across Europe
Too many stories of companies closing their doors have popped up this year and last. No SEGA isn't really going anywhere but a sad reality is headed to many of their offices the world over as they shut some of them down starting July 1. Their reason for making this move is to focus on digital content and to develop stronger IPs.
SEGA of Spain, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Australia have been affected by this decision and are closing down. SEGA's headquarters in the United Kingdom will not be affected. The last game that these European countries aim to release is London 2012: The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games
The Vita port of Jet Set Radio
is planned for release this year and there's also Sonic All Star Racing: Transformed
too. Hopefully that gives them some support.