Sega wants to bring the Persona and Yakuza series to PC
Good news for Yakuza and Persona fans who have been begging for this for a good while.
Speaking to PC Gamer in a new interview coming out of E3 2017, John Clark, Sega Europe's senior vice president of commercial publishing, said the idea of bringing all of their big titles to PC is something they've been really wanting to do. Here's a quote from the article:
"If I asked you to write me a list of ten games you want Sega to bring out on PC, it probably isn't any different from the list [we have]," says Clark. "I could ask anyone at Sega: write me a list. And what motivates it? I think there's a certain catalogue that people just have an affinity with.
"If you send [your] list over I'll tell you which ones we can tick, which ones are on our list, which ones are possibilities, which ones are not possibilities, which ones we've talked about, which ones we're talking about, which ones we're working on, you know, they'll be on that list."
John Clark wouldn't go so far as to confirm whether this is already in development, but it's a great sign for how serious the company is taking their focused effort on the platform. This is especially important since they spoke recently about reviving their old IPs for the newer generation. And based on how solid their ports have been so far, it's something we're excited to check out for ourselves!