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Sega to make games for PS Vita and Wii U in the new studio
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Sega to make games for PS Vita and Wii U in the new studio

Publisher invest in new platforms

Sega announces the opening of a new studio in West Midlands, UK. Newly formed department will be involved in setting up games for next-gen platforms and PS Vita Wii U, and focus on new IP, which fully involve the functional modern consoles. At this point, the studio already has an unannounced until the project for PS Vita. `I would be happy to name the genre, but it seems to me, I did not get it. The game uses a unique system features - when people see it they will say they had never seen anything like it on consoles. I can tell you that it will not race `- told IGN Gary Tung, vice president of Sega West. It is not excluded that the newly formed studio is also working on games for the next consoles from Sony and Microsoft. It is rumored that a number of publishers have already gained access to the new Xbox devkitam. In this case, now is the time for the development of games for new console, the appearance of which is rumored to be held in 2013

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