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It’s fair to say that SEGA Europe has been a lot more active on social media over the past year, especially with the arrival of Dan Sheridan as their new community manager. But while the renewed SEGA of America has been hard at work on bringing SEGA games from Japan to the Americas, things didn’t go as smoothly in Europe. Whenever SEGA of America announced a new game, SEGA Europe didn’t immediately follow suit. The release of Yakuza 0 in Europe was initially in doubt, and it took a while for it to finally be confirmed. The SEGA 3D Classics Collection for the Nintendo 3DS was eventually confirmed for a European release, but we’re still without a release date even though the game is already available in the US. Similarly, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA X was only recently confirmed for a European release. Unfortunately it comes with the caveat that the title won’t receive a physical release, even on PS4.