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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Thursday, 29 November 2007

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SEGA is doing well these days. All it took was to get rid of the hardware branch of the company and sign a deal with their personal devil, Nintendo. Now they're trying to reach out to the masses and believe Steam, from Valve Software, is the way to do so. They have made several of their newer titles available via the download service and there are more to come we're told.


SEGA games via Steam:
  • Universe at War: Earth Assault (December)
  • The Golden Compass (December)
  • Sega Rally Revo (NOW)
  • Sega Revo (NOW)
  • Worldwide Soccer Manager  (TBA?)
  • Futbol Manager  (TBA?)
Also the following games, previously only availabe in N.A. can now be had by European Gamers as well as in many other parts of the world.
  • Medieval II: Total War
  • Rome: Total War
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