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Sega Focuses on PC Market


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Now Sega is undergoing another revamp. After years of developing its franchises, including the still-popular Sonic the Hedgehog, across all platforms, the company is targeting the global PC games market. Sega has been investing more heavily in the PC gaming space of late. The company recently acquired Relic Entertainment and its World War II-based real-time strategy (RTS) franchise, Company of Heroes. Sega published Company of Heroes 2 on June 25.


Three of Sega's core game pillars (Company of Heroes, Total War, and Football Manager) are PC-based, and Sega owns the developers (Relic, Creative Assembly, and Sports Interactive) behind these franchises. "PC is a very important part of our business," said John Cheng, President of Sega of America.

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I always forget but does Relic also do the Metro series?


the Total War franchise is bad ass, and I've loved every one of them. Came in at the original Medieval Total War. Can't wait for the next Rome, Total War!

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