Encouraging news just came from two game distributors today, if you’re a fan of the Sega cult hits Panzer Dragoon and House Of The Dead. Microids and Forever Entertainment have entered a deal to publish and distribute physical versions of “future games” based on these properties…which we take as a very encouraging sign there could be future games.
What kind of games could they be? The most recent release for Panzer Dragoon was a remake of the first game (a physical edition was printed, but not by Microids). Are more remakes on the way, or is Sega working on something new? And seriously, why haven’t they republished Panzer Dragoon Saga already? We’d be satisfied with a mere port.
“Microids is incredibly grateful to work on these mythical IPs and we’re glad Forever Entertainment entrusts our teams to deliver the best possible products. This new partnership consolidates our growth strategy revolving around video game distribution worldwide” declares Stéphane Longeard, CEO of Microids.
“We are delighted to collaborate with Microids and we are confident their expertise will be incredibly beneficial for the titles,” adds Zbigniew Dębicki, CEO of Forever Entertainment. “Players from all around the world have been waiting for the come back of Panzer Dragoon and The House of The Dead. It’s hand in hand with Microids that we’ll make this wish come true and we are super excited about inviting players back to these universes very soon!”
How soon is very soon? What is Sega cooking within their walls? We’ll let you know what we hear.
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