Why SEGA wants NGS to fail? (my love letter to a dying love one)

@Zeke For Microsoft to have as much say as you say they do, like being able to affect the censorship as stated in your other post, they would need people on the dev team which seems unlikely as Sega doesn't seem to fully understand how Azure works, as they stated in a dev interview that they were still learning azure.

The most that they could possibly have is a contract in which Sega agreed to keep global open for a minimum amount of time before they can close the servers. If that is the case, there is really nothing keeping Sega from doing the absolute minimum in fulfilling their contract.

We shouldn't assume Sega is forced to put a certain amount of effort in and become complacent over it, because there is probably a loophole they can use to get away with less.

@Archetype-Luna said in Why SEGA wants NGS to fail? (my love letter to a dying love one):

@Zeke For Microsoft to have as much say as you say they do, like being able to affect the censorship as stated in your other post, they would need people on the dev team which seems unlikely as Sega doesn't seem to fully understand how Azure works, as they stated in a dev interview that they were still learning azure.

The most that they could possibly have is a contract in which Sega agreed to keep global open for a minimum amount of time before they can close the servers. If that is the case, there is really nothing keeping Sega from doing the absolute minimum in fulfilling their contract.

We shouldn't assume Sega is forced to put a certain amount of effort in and become complacent over it, because there is probably a loophole they can use to get away with less.

JP gaming companies always give their all for their own and little outside of their own. This is true for a lot of their companies and that even includes Nintendo. This isnt a new revelation and that's the sad part.