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Monday Links: Everything is on Fire Edition

So due to me completely screwing up my sleep schedule while having a week long vacation last week (gotta stay up til 3 AM man), I only had a couple of hours of sleep today because I couldn’t just wake up at 1PM like I usually do when I don’t have any obligations. So apologies if this week’s Monday Links has terrible writing and/or spelling mistakes. Maybe I’ll mix up the words “then” and “than” again, maybe I’ll accidentally put a Tegra link in the Sega links, maybe I’ll fall asleep on the keyboard anfdsniodfsoNOFDSNOINDVGOIVBDSNJaacnbsadvbiouAUIOFDFNVXZSNFOINIXODNoinboixFDIO NSMDVCPC¬†

Retro/Bits News

  • SEGAbits had a podcast with an interview with Sonic Boom producer Stephen Frost. Of course everyone else and their mom had interviews with Stephen Frost as well but we were first so pfft [Swingin’ Report Show]
  • Barry the Nomad looks at the past redesigns of Sonic the Hedgehog in this installment of the Weekly Five [Because Sonic redesigns are cool again]
  • Here’s a new show: This is Saturn by TrackerTD. This first episode looks at Fighters Megamix¬†[Because SEGA Saturn will always be cool]

Sonic/SEGA News

Game News, Sega Retro

Index Holdings Subsidiary Atlus Teams with Sega for Distribution Deal in Japan

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a¬†distribution¬†contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider¬†distribution¬†network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well as Catherine that had recently come out in the UK.

Via: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a¬†distribution¬†contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider¬†distribution¬†network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well as Catherine that had recently come out in the UK.

[Via: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html]

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a¬†distribution¬†contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider¬†distribution¬†network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well the recently-released Catherine.

Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Index Holdings, has entered a¬†distribution¬†contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider¬†distribution¬†network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus is well-known for the Shin Megami Tensei series, its spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, and Devil Survivor, as well the recently-released Catherine.

Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd. a subsidiary of Index Holdings has entered a¬†distribution¬†contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider¬†distribution¬†network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan.

Atlus made famous for the Shin Megami Tensei Series, it’s spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, Devil Survivor, the recently released Catherine and more.

Source: (Japanese) http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html

Atlus Co. Ltd. a subsidiary of Index Holdings has entered a¬†distribution¬†contract with Sega in Japan which allows the developer to take advantage of Sega’s wider¬†distribution¬†network, which is quite an advantage for the smaller developer. This however does not apply to digitally distributed titles. The deal will take effect in April (Spring) 2012. All Altus titles published will now carry the Sega logo on game covers. Currently this does not effect other subsidiaries of Atlus or Index Corp. outside of Japan. Atlus made famous for the Shin Megami Tensei Series, it’s spin offs including Digital Devil Saga, Persona, Devil Survivor, the recently released Catherine and more. Source: (Japanese)¬†http://indexweb.jp/news/2012/news_20120217_01.html