The world of video games is, in itself, a well full of curiosities, anecdotes and, of course, great mysteries. Over the years, we’ve revealed to you some of the most surprising stories of this exciting digital world, including times when SEGA left Sony executives speechless. However, this is not the only anecdote that has caught the attention of the company.
What is striking about this company is that with all the years that have passed and the long list of actors who closely follow its movements, many have overlooked a detail that has always been very present. And have few players noticed a thing that differentiates the Japanese versions of your products international versions
No, it is not just limited to a concept of language or even that there are elements that change from one version to another. It is, in itself, the logo of the company. Although many did not notice this slight change, Japanese developer Yuichiro Kitao (I’m Setsuna) once started the big question on social media, causing a great deal of shock in many players and curiosity in many others.
The mystery that, to this day, remains unsolved
Although many have pointed out that this was just a specific detail, the theory that two types of blue are used in the SEGA logo depending on the region is a reality, as confirmed at the time Sam Mullen, production manager for SEGA of America. In this way, it has been confirmed that in Japan a lighter blue tone is used while for the rest of the world a darker version is chosen.
Why is this differentiation made? The reality is that the answer is guesswork. After all, although the change took place soon after the company I left the hardware world
What is clear is that SEGA has a long history of experiences, great successes and unforgettable licenses. In reality, in this last group Yakuza is presented, one of the company’s star sagas. And it is that over the years the company gives us enough reasons to know why they are so high.