Segalization Campaign Calls for Localization of Sega Titles

Friday, January 17th, 2014

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While we here at oprainfall have our own affiliated group of dedicated video game campaigns, every so often we like to give a shout-out to groups outside our own Campaign Hub. Segalization is one of those groups. They describe themselves as “an unofficial fan campaign dedicated to promoting the localization of Sega games,” including but not limited to Yakuza 5, Valkyria Chronicles 3, and Project Diva F 2nd. Their goal is to relay fans’ voices to Sega regarding possible localization attempts. While the group has its main focus on a handful of titles, they are willing to hear from dedicated fans who have other localization goals in mind.

Interested in checking out the campaign? Here is their official website and their current petition. Also, be sure to check out our Campaign Hub for the newest updates from groups like Operation Decode, Operation Power Up, and more.

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