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Sega to distribute Atlus games in Japan from April
Sega to distribute Atlus games in Japan from April
February 17, 2012 | By Mike Rose

February 17, 2012 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: Sega announced today that it has signed a deal with Index Holdings subsidiary Atlus, that will see Sega distributing the company's games in Japan in the near future.

Atlus, best known for its Persona series and the recent, critically acclaimed Catherine, is looking to expands its sales via Sega's domestic distribution network. The deal is due to take effect from April 2012 onwards.


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Josh Tolentino
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Does this mean that future Atlus games (such as the Persona series) will be published by Sega, or simply distributed (in the same way that Valve games were distributed by EA at the retail level)? What does this mean for the Atlus brand name, or global branches like Atlus USA? Will this impact, say, publishing in Europe (where Atlus games have typically been published by third parties like Deep Silver)?

Kris Graft
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Hey Josh, we updated the story. This appears to be a domestic distribution deal that relates only to Japan.


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