June 3, 2020 marks the 60th anniversary of Sega, which was established in 1960. To have a good time the approaching event, the corporate launched a particular web site. The anniversary website is minimal for now, merely welcoming guests with a “Hello!! Sega fans” message. A quick word in Japanese additionally seems on the web page. DualShockers translated it as follows, “Hey! If you reached this page it means you love Sega right!? Please wait for the site to open soon.” In addition to hints at an anniversary celebration of some type, Sega is teasing the return of Segata Sanshiro, the famed Sega and Sega Saturn mascot from the late 90s performed by Kamen Rider’s Hiroshi Fujioka.
In a Sega Twitter post, the corporate shared images of a QR code and judo uniform. The QR code hyperlinks to yet one more web site, 60th.sega.com/segashiro, that includes a single webpage. On stated webpage is a person adorned with a judo uniform, bearing the resemblance of Segata Sanshiro. According to Gematsu, the web page reads, “Sega 60th Anniversary Ambassador, Emergence on 3/25.” Moreover, the web site incorporates a countdown, which presently informs that there are “five days until emergence.”
DualShockers additional notes that Sega sometimes hosts an anniversary occasion, Sega Fes, on the finish of every March. Last year, as an example, Sega Fes was held on March 30th and March 31st in Tokyo. Sega has but to disclose particulars in regards to the occasion, regardless of this month rapidly coming to an finish. Clearly, given the host of modifications which have adopted within the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, such a particular gathering is unlikely to happen anytime quickly.