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Interview: Sega Europe's President Mike Hayes

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Sega_logo We've been lucky enough to  get the chance to speak to Sega Europe's President Mike Hayes to kick start our brand spanking new interviews section. We'll be speaking to the man himself on Monday but first we'd like to give you the chance to get the answers to the questions you'd like to ask.

Just let us know in the comments forum if there is anything you want to know about the history of Sega or what the future holds for the mighty games corporation. Watch this space for the full interview coming next week and keep an eye out for even more interviews with technology's beautiful people in the coming weeks.

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  • fayez



    Where is The interview ?

    we are waiting more than a week !!!

    and nothing about it !!!

  • Joe

    Dear Sir,

    Will arcade Virtua Fighter 5 be released in the UK and West in general?

    Currently it appears a Japan only release but do Sega Amusements Europe have an idea as to whether it will be released here pending a decision by the Japanese parent company?

    Thankyou for any information you can provide.

  • Question for Mike Hayes:

    Could we get any word at all regarding sequels to Shining Force, Skies of Arcadia or NiGHTS? Best wishes,

    -- Ruby Eclipse

  • Ash

    Does Sega Europe have any plans to bring Shining Force Neo, Shining Tears and Shining Wind to the UK? If not, why not?

  • Stephen

    I think we can both agree that Shining Tears and Shining Force Neo were rather spectacular failures as far as sales went. However, it seemed that Resurrection of the Dark Dragon, a tactical RPG remake for a handheld, did quite better than the two hyped-up action RPG console games. My question is: will we see a true Shining Force tactical RPG in the near future, preferably on a console?

    Secondly, is there truth to the rumors that games on SEGA's old consoles will be available for the Nintendo Revolution?

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