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The VGC reports that Sega has shared a presentation showing the company’s results for the fiscal year ending in March 2022. With the presentation, Sega revealed that it intends to “significantly[ly] increase [the amount of] new titles”, which includes an increase in remakes and remasters.
This decision was made due to strong sales of Sega games on consoles and PC. Games that have sold exceptionally well in the fiscal year ended March 2022 include Sonic Colors Ultimate, Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania, and Lost Judgment. In total, these games sold about 4 million copies. All of these games are considered “Remake/Remaster, Spin-Off”. [or] Changing the Subject” by Sega, which explains why the company wants to release more remakes in the following fiscal year.
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Remakes and other video game titles sold a total of around 6 million copies in the last fiscal year. Sega predicts that sales will double from 6 to 13 million copies next year. Sega is making this prediction because the company plans to dramatically increase the number of new titles. The company plans to release 13 new titles worldwide over the next year.
Upcoming Sega games include the highly anticipated video game Sonic Origins, which is set to launch on June 23, 2022. Origins is a sequel to the hugely successful video game Sonic Mania. There are also reports that Sega is working on big-budget reboots for Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio, which are likely two remakes that Sega was referring to in its presentation. However, according to reports, Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio are still in the early stages of development and are not expected to be released until March 2023.
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https://progameguides.com/news/sega-is-set-to-release-new-games-remakes-and-remasters-over-the-years-reports-suggest/ According to reports, Sega will release new games, remakes and remasters over the years