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SEGA planning more free-to-play games for 3DS

Posted on December 27, 2013 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News

Initial D Perfect Drift Online is SEGA’s first free-to-play game on 3DS. Apparently, it won’t be their last.

SEGA chief creative officer Toshihiro Nagoshi told Famitsu:

“We don’t intend to stop with this title, and after looking over its results, we’ll think about what to do next. However, unlike games for smartphones, I believe there’s a perfect shape of ways to do things, somewhere out there, for the Nintendo 3DS. I believe that finding it will be our challenge, and in many ways, Initial D will be our first step.”

“At the moment, I can say that we’ve been thinking about plenty of things. We have suggestions amongst ourselves like ‘wouldn’t this be a perfect game for a F2P title on Nintendo 3DS’ and many more. So when the time comes to talk about it… we’ll just leave it at that for now.”


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