Sega has released its full year financial results for Fiscal Year 2015. Though sales of packaged software increased 41% year-over-year, Sega has labelled the fiscal year as “weak.”
Overall, the company sold 12.3 million games during the fiscal year for a revenue of ¥111 billion ($925.7 million), up 11% year-over year. ¥44.8 billion came from physical sales, and ¥44.7 billion from digital sales. Alien: Isolation was Sega’s biggest game of 2014, selling 2.11 million copies since launch. Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric and Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal, which were critically panned, managed to sell a combined 620,000 units. Sega also revealed that the Person series has sold over 6 million units.
Total revenue for the company came in at ¥355 billion ($2.96 billion), which is down 6.1% year-over-year. To counter this, Sega intends to release a total of 46 new games during the current fiscal year that ends March 31, 2016. These titles are a mixture of free-to-play mobile and PC games.