If you would have told any gamer 20 years ago that SEGA would have their greatest software sales on a Nintendo platform, people would ask you just what type of crack you were smoking. Now days, SEGA and Nintendo seem to have a solid relationship, and in SEGA Sammy’s last financial report, the 3DS shows dominance.
SEGA has 13 SKUs (including limited edition releases) on tap for the 3DS in 2015, Atlus projects including after the latest purchasing. SEGA anticipates over 2 million software sales over the 13 SKUs for the 3DS, putting it as the primary focus of the company. The Wii U trails further down the line, with 4 SKUs incoming in 2015, with an estimated projection of around 600K units sold through the 4. It would seem that SEGA might be lowballing their figure on the Wii U, as Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric will probably sell well with a Holiday 2014 release. For those interested in the full report, be sure to click here.