Sad news indeed, here I was hoping for a Vita title where maybe they could pump out the same big areas as in VC1.
On the other hand, part of this state that SoA is in is apparently their own fault. I mean, I don't live in a country where games get massive ads, or at least, just a few games here and there have, but from what I've heard in the US most Sega games don't get promoted.
Also, if Atlus and NISA which is much smaller companies can release games in short supply and make a profit how can't Sega ? I truly wish they at least released those "obscure" titles as downloadables. At least that's better than dropping them altogether.