Microsoft and Sega are tying the knot, figuratively at least.
This week, Sega announced in a press release that it is aligning with Microsoft strategically, to explore the future of games development. Sega remains a massive company, despite being an early casualty of the console war against Nintendo and Sony. Known for franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog, Yakuza, and Football Manager, Sega is one of Japan's most celebrated publishers worldwide. The firm has been ramping up its collaboration already with Microsoft and Xbox in recent years, and this latest collaboration is the next step.
For the sake of discussion, let's try to dissect the PR spiel and get to the bottom of what this could actually mean for both Sega fans and Xbox gamers.
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