Sega recalls its desire to re-release old Atlus games, but is in no hurry to act


Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:34 pm

Sega recalls its desire to re-release old Atlus games, but is in no hurry to act

Sega’s COO Haruki Satomi, in a recent financial statement from the company, commented on the situation around future re-releases of Atlus games.


We will remind, in August, the same Satomi mentioned that the success of Persona 4 Golden on Steam ( 500 thousand copies in less than a month) will pave the way for other re-releases from the catalog of the Japanese publishing house.

However, if the last time Satomi spoke only about “porting previously released projects to the Steam service and to other platforms,” now he hinted at more serious plans.

“However, we hope to release [old] games from the Atlus portfolio on various platforms, whether in the form of direct ports, re-releases or remakes,” Satomi said.

As for the PC, according to Satomi, Sega has always seen potential in the PC market, but until recently it was in no hurry to master it. The reaction of players to the Steam version of Persona 4 Golden  “was far beyond our expectations

Previously, the COO of Sega suggested that the success of Persona 4 Golden in Valve’s digital distribution service was due to positive reviews and an affordable price tag.

Persona 4 Golden was released in February 2013 (European premiere) on PlayStation Vita and reached PC (Steam) in June 2020. The PC version differs from the initial release in its improved resolution and the presence of Japanese dubbing in the kit.

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