Sega to provide software for Nintendo?

— 9:15 PM on December 29, 2000

Nintendo and Sega have denied any talks of a Sega buyout by Nintendo but C|Net and ASCII are both reporting that Sega may in fact provide software (games) for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance due out in March. Back in November, Sega made some noise about becoming a "content" driven company but this ZDNet story has Sega looking to sell even to Microsoft. With the release of the Sony PS2 and the early MS Xbox buzz, Sega continues to lose its share of the console market. Next year will bring more answers about Sega's future.

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