It’s not every day that you see a bottle of booze stamped with “licensed by Sega”. But this isn’t everyday. It’s Wednesday, June 1.
Back before Sega game designer Toshihiro Nagoshi turned golden brown, he was just another kid from rural Japan, moving to Tokyo, trying to make it big.
The impact of last Friday’s earthquake and ensuing tsunami are still being felt. Those hit hardest are certainly not thinking of video games. But in an effort to be respectful, game companies are either holding back or completely cancelling titles that could remind people of the recent destruction in Japan.