Exclusive Interview with Stephen Frost (Sonic Boom) on the partnership between SEGA and Nintendo

NintendObserver“In the case of Sonic Boom, which is the third game in the Nintendo exclusivity deal…”

 

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Sonic Boom

 

 

Nintendo and Sega are constantly talking to each other about ways that we can work together better.

 

— Stephen Frost
Source: NintendObserver.


 Nintendo et SEGA discutent constamment afin de trouver de meilleurs moyens de travailler ensemble.

 

— Stephen Frost
Source : NintendObserver.

 

 

NintendObserver:
Without looking into any NDAs, how does a partnership with Nintendo comes into being on the partner’s end?

 

Stephen Frost:

I’m not sure exactly what you are asking here, but Nintendo and Sega are constantly talking to each other about ways that we can work together better. They’ve always been a good partner to work with and their platforms have always been a good match for a lot of our franchises, especially Sonic. In the case of Sonic Boom, which is the third game in the Nintendo exclusivity deal, Sega and Nintendo are working even closer to bring the Sonic franchise to an even bigger audience on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS platforms.

 

Sonic Boom

 

 

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