Sega is Asking Fans for Future of their Favorite Franchises

Sega Future

Sega is reaching out to fans and asking their opinions about the future of some of the best Sega franchises. The franchises Sega is interested to know fan feedback about include Sonic the Hedgehog, Yakuza, Valkyria Chronicles, Phantasy Star, and many other classic and modern franchises.

This is not the first time Sega has reached out to fans about the plans for their video games. Sega has often hosted different surveys to ask fan feedback about how they want their favorite franchises to work in the future however they have not delivered to them is yet another thing.

From the questions in the survey, it appears that Sega might be planning to start its digital store similar to Blizzard or EA. Sega asks some questions about how willing the players are to purchase the games digitally and what might motivate them to switch from physical copies to digital ones.

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It is however not confirmed at this point whether this is the case or not but it cannot be moved out of the question as more and more developers are going independent with their physical purchases.

Sega also mentions some long-forgotten franchises in the survey which include House of the Dead and Crazy Taxi. The last House of the Dead came out on PC and consoles in 2006 which was The House of the Dead 4 Special. Sega did announce an arcade version of House of the Dead: Scarlet Dawn in 2018 but it never came to consoles or PCs.

Crazy Taxi was the best Taxi game ever made and it is yet another forgotten franchise by Sega. We did receive some mobile version games in the last couple of years but none of them were as good as the original titles released back on PC or PSP. We would love to see a modern Crazy Taxi game made in a brand-new engine with modern visuals.

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Sega also wants to know whether the fans are interested in new sequels or bringing back classic titles via Remasters or Remakes. You can tell Sega what you want in the future by heading to the survey and completing the survey.

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Founder of GamesHedge, Umair enjoys a wide variety of video games ranging from RPGs to racing games. Currently busy with The Crew Motorfest and Way of the Hunter.

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