Nokia Snaps Up Sega.com For N-Gage
Yes, yes, you’re probably wondering “Sega.com still exists?” It appears they do, and Nokia thought they had some useful multiplayer gaming technology that Nokia snapped up today. Actually, the announcement is a little confusing. Sega.com is the US subsidiary of what’s left of Sega, the company. It’s a little unclear from the article if the technology being discussed is now owned by Nokia, or simply licensed to Nokia along with the purchase of Sega.com. The idea, of course, is to use it in the massively overhyped N-Gage “gaming phone”.
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Ok, Since I guess your not a gamer, let me set you strait. Sega is still here and are not going any-ware. They are a software only company now and make tons of games for all game systems(xbox,PS2, game cube&boy) PC, NGage Etc..). They also make middle ware, like the Multiplayer middle ware that Nokia has decided to use. They did NOT buy Sega!!!!!
I never said they bought Sega. I said they bought Sega.com, the US subsidiary, which they did.