Nine minus four plus two equals seven. Sega hopes this is the winning forumla for making more games.
Lately, Sega has been looking for others to bail itself out of the financial mess it has got itself into. However, a report out of Bloomberg's Japanese website is stating that its nine development studios will soon be in the middle of a reorganization, a sign that Sega is taking action to right the ship itself.
In October of this year, four of the developers under the Sega wing will be disbanded, while two new ones will be created. The company hopes that this move will help them create more blockbuster-type games more effciently, something they have been struggling to do as of late.
No specifics as to which studios are going to be closed, or if any jobs will be lost, but when we get new info about this big shake up at Sega, we'll let you know about them.