Sega and Nintendo Team Up to Fight Irrelevancy
SEGA and Nintendo have banded together for a new partnership. The new agreement will make Nintendo consoles the number one destination for Sonic gaming over the next three titles with more details of the individual games being revealed in the coming weeks.
Previously the two heavy hitters in video games back in the early 90s, they both now are fighting to remain relevant. SEGA had to drop out of the console race after the underrated Dreamcast failed to pick up steam, and Nintendo is facing the same issue.
Before the 360, Wii, and PS3 came out, Microsoft tried to buy Nintendo, but unfortunately the Wii’s success stopped that from happening. We can only hope now that Microsoft might be re-examining this deal and will use their expertise on franchise management to offer these on the Next Xbox at some point. Mario Party, Smash Brothers, Mario Kart, Zelda, and Metroid would be very welcomed onto these systems.