With Sega detailing its financial results for the last year, sales showed a decline as fewer games were released. However, the companies focus on mobile games helped make a turn for profit during the fiscal year, to a tune of $161 million.

Even with a slow down in mobile sales in Japan, Sega noted that more popular mobile titles continued to dominate, with a medium to lower tier titles declining. With this knowledge in mind, Sega plans to spend more time and money in development, so it can give some competition to popular titles.

With the aim to improve profitability, Sega will be launching quite a few titles this year on consoles and PC, including Persona 5, Phantasy Star Online 2, Yakuza 6, and Total War: Warhammer.

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29 years old, this man as accomplished such things as college, where he got a degree that is entirely useless in the real world, but still complains about it. His other accomplishments include owning a cat, who happens to be a prince among his own kind, just in hiding (he did some shady things), owned a moped, and plays an overwhelming amount of video games, which the cat watches (total bro-cat). Currently in the possession of everything from an NES to the PS4, he has gamed like a king for years, and plans to die with a controller in his hands whispering the final words "My only regret...is that I had...bone-itis..."