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Sega, Nostalgia, and Competition
07.14.03 - 4:20 PM

Greetings editorials fans! I've been pleased lately with the high quality of editorials I've been getting, even if the quantity leaves much to be desired. But then again, I guess quality is what's most important, eh?

Today we have three editorials. The first is by Chris Winkler and looks at Sega's past, present, and future business practice, while Phillipe Richer prompts us to take a second look at those games we've beaten, and Paul Tipton reminds us that the little guy can often wind up on top with some help from innovation and a solid product.


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