Sega CEO and president, Naoki Satomi, has recently broken his silence to comment on his view of Sega's current standing in an interview with Famitsu. He was fairly candid in said interview. Admitting to Sega "betraying" fan trust over the past decade and falling to meet expectations. He now shares they have learned from their missteps and are attempting to re-focus in order bring back the glory days that the company experienced in the 90s. Part of which entails looking westward to the overseas market that Satomi claims Atlus is actively having a hand in as seen in the quote below: Perhaps more chances for more localisations in the West are on the horizon? He also goes on to talk about the logistics of development as well and how they plan on turning away from the previous mindset Sega adopted before: He finishes by saying home consoles will be a high priority going forward with a heavy emphasis on quality consistency, and Sega will hopefully have something new to announce at this year's Tokyo Game Show. Siliconera I wonder if the Sonic franchise was running through his mind during this interview. That's where I've personally seen Sega do the most damage. Sonic '06, Sonic Boom, Sonic Lost World, etc. We haven't had a proper Sonic game in years. It royally sucks to be Sonic fan right now.