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Sega community team is “aware” of movement to get titles on PC

22 Jan 2014  by   Peter Parrish
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Revengeance did well, why not Vanquish?

At the end of last year, NeoGaf kicked off a campaign to get more Sega-published titles on PC. The idea was pretty simple. Assembly as many interested PC gamers as possible, and have them use the twitter tag #SegaPCPorts to express a desire in seeing titles like Vanquish and Bayonetta on our platform of choice.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance came out earlier this year and (at least based on its Steam sale chart position) did pretty well. The Binary Domain port had its problems, but was a welcome project too.

While Sega isn’t promising anything at the moment, a couple of days ago the company stated that “the community team is aware of the movement” but had “no official comment” to make at the present time.

Still, it’s a start, and some of those Sega back-catalogue titles would be terrific to have on PC. The demand appears to be there, will Sega decide to meet it?

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  1. DavidTheSlayer

    It would be great to have these games and their older console games come over to PC. Shining Force 3 etc. Too many good games yet Sega just don’t get it at all. I’d like to see publishers and developers think about preserving their older games and putting them on PC is a good way to keep the classics around forever.

    January 23, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    1. NoJoke

      Sega really doesn’t get it at all. PSO2 was released in japan 2012 and it’s been 2 years and they still haven’t got it translated to English. This is a pc to pc game yet they seem incapable of getting the game out to the market.

      January 24, 2014 at 7:18 pm

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