HomeGeneralSEGA Will Be Releasing More Free-To-Play Nintendo 3DS Titles In The Future Jelani Thompson December 28, 2013 General, News Toshihiro Nagoshi, Sega Chief Creative Officer, has spoken out about SEGA’s plans to release more free-to-play titles for the Nintendo 3DS! He is already working on Sega’s first free-to-play title called Initial D: Perfect Drift Online. He says that he is up to the challenge of making even more free-to-play games since they are pretty popular on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Here’s all that he had to say: “We don’t intend to stop with this title, and after looking over its results, we’ll think about what to do next. However, unlike games for smartphones, I believe there’s a perfect shape of ways to do things, somewhere out there, for the Nintendo 3DS. I believe that finding it will be our challenge, and in many ways, Initial D will be our first step. At the moment, I can say that we’ve been thinking about plenty of things. We have suggestions amongst ourselves like ‘wouldn’t this be a perfect game for a F2P title on Nintendo 3DS’ and many more. So when the time comes to talk about it… we’ll just leave it at that for now.” I’m totally up for more free games on the 3DS! Are you looking forward to this? Let me know in the comments! [via My Nintendo News] Share this post: No related posts. Notch Says That There Are No Current Plans For Minecraft On The Wii UWii U Gamepad Has Been Hacked To Stream Games From PCAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonOwner/Social Media Jelani Thompson is the Owner/Editor-In-Chief at Always Nintendo! He's very passionate about interviewing developers and bringing daily Wii U and 3DS news to the site's readers. When he's not busy saving the universe, he's most likely at his Grandma's house eating her delicious meals.