Toshihiro Nagoshi is Sega’s new CCO

Posted By | On 29th, Feb. 2012

Toshihiro Nagoshi, the creator of the awesome Binary Domain (you’ll know soon), has been appointed as Sega’s new CCO, and replaces the outgoing COO, Okitane Usui.

No wonder Sega can recognize the amazing talent of this man. Stay tuned for our review of Binary Domain soon. Like really soon.

There’s been a little reshuffling at Sega, with company directors, Shigeru Yamashita and Yuki Sugino being promoted to senior directors, according to GI.Biz.

Sega’s overall business posted a 5% decline for the first nine months of this fiscal year, and hopefully they’ll bounce back so that we can have Binary Domain 2.

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