source: <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Castle/5534/gaming.htm>The Magic Box</A> - Sega has highlighted their plans for the next 2 years. They are aiming to sell a total of 35 million copies of game software worldwide by the end of 2003. One concrete tentative plan is reinforcement of the Sega Sports series, because the sports genre make up of 20% of the US market. Sega is planning to promote their "Let's Make" sports series to all major platforms. - A second point is to use the properties of Sega positively, such as developing an adventure game featuring the Virtua Fighter characters. Other major Sega properties include NiGHTS, D and Enemy Zero. Sega will also continue to improve on their network game series. It was asserted that the "main format" Sega concerns is PlayStation 2, the reason is simple, it has an overwhelming market share. Sega is planning to support the PS2 HDD in their future PS2 titles. - Sega's Sonic Team and Sega-AM2 will continue to develop for Microsoft's XBox platform, include developing software which make sure of the network system Zone.Com. Sega also mentioned a further reduction on Dreamcast development, Gun Survivor 2: Biohazard Code Veronica will move to PS2; The House of the Dead 3 will move to XBox; Propeller Arena, MS-R for Dreamcast are canceled; Space Channel 5 Part 2, NFL 2K2, NBA 2K2 and WSB 2K2 for Dreamcast will only be sold in Sega's D-Direct online store. - Sega is planning to port Warp's two classic horror adventure games D and Enemy Zero to the next generation systems, it is still unclear whether the new versions will feature visual enhancements. - Sega will port the highly popular arcade horse racing game Derby Owner Club to PC, the PC version will be called Derby Owner Club Online, with full network support. - Sega announced that they are developing the latest work of the Virtua Cop and Outrun for arcade. ?!