Differing fortunes for major Japanese game publishers Square Enix and Sega

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Two of Japan’s most prominent videogame companies had drastically different fiscal years, with Square Enix breaking records and Sega Sammy struggling.

Two of Japan’s most prominent videogame companies had drastically different fiscal years, with Final Fantasy company Square Enix reporting its highest revenue on record, while Sega’s parent company Sega Sammy, struggled during the pandemic-affected 2020.

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