SEGA saving the Wii U?

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Finally, there’s some good news for Nintendo’s Wii U.  Unlike all the other studios who are apparently avoiding it, SEGA is planning seven releases for the Wii U.

It’s important to note that this might not mean seven unique games; it can also include collectors editions – so we might see 5 games, two of which with special editions.  Interestingly, the PS3 will also be getting seven releases, while the Xbox 360 is only getting four.  Rumour has it that one of the releases will be a new Sonic game.

I find it kind of ironic – back in the day, SEGA and Nintendo were fierce competitors and seen to cause each other’s impending doom.  Now, they are critical to each other’s success and future.  Do you think this will be enough to keep the Wii U going?

Last Updated: May 13, 2013

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