Intel, AMD price war worries analysts

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Intel, AMD price war worries analysts

Japan’s online version of the Asahi newspaper says Sega and Nintendo are in the process of forming a joint company. Sega’s efforts to compete with Sony’s PlayStation 2 juggernaut have resulted in financial losses that have added to the company’s previously stated disenchantment with the hardware side of the game business. Sega chairman, Isao Okawa, said last year that the Dreamcast could be the company’s last console, leading observers to speculate that the company may focus on writing software for other gaming systems. The Asahi article also mentioned that prominent music producer Tetsuya Komuro, associated with Namie Amuro, Ami Suzuki and Globe, could also play a part in the new venture though it is not clear what role he would play.

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