World's biggest games company in talks with Softbank to purchase 73% share, say reports
VR technology behind Gary The Gull that delivers "Pixar-quality VR characters"
The resurgence of the music genre did not go according to plan
Debt management and cash injection see Conan studio's future secured
The world's biggest games company also announced a new console for China
"The only place to effectively promote a VR experience is within another VR experience"
Japanese firm and majority stake holder thought to value developer at $5bn
But revenue across Sega's games business was flat or in decline as new products failed to excite
"The performances delivered by The Division and Far Cry Primal exceeded our expectations"
Publisher books nearly 20bn Yen ($184m) across business
From Software's has shipped 3 million, but it launched a few days from the close of the fiscal year
Avalanche is being shuttered and 300 jobs are now lost as a result
We grew non-GAAP net revenue, profitability and cash flow to record highs, said CFO Blake Jorgensen
Digital Entertainment division doubled its operating profit in the last fiscal year, but Konami sees decline in its future
Packaged games will receive "limited sales runs" as the company pursues growth in digital games and Asian markets
"We cut nothing that was actually going to deliver in our mind certain revenue later this year"
The company denies that it's trying to take over the Assassin's Creed publisher, however
Operating profit for games up 84 per cent, while Network revenue doubled year-on-year
Fiscal year net income down 60 per cent; Wii U sold 3.26 million units in 12 months, could halt production by March 2018
Sold 51.2 million in latest quarter
IPO will be done in the "Paradox way," focusing on, "employees, fans and the general public in Sweden"
"This initial investment allows us to produce and launch a truly astonishing first title"
Xbox Live monthly active user base stands at 46 million
Indian firm buys 26% of London second screen specialist
Brings funding total to €180,000