Mobility For Connected Gamers

Posted: Nov 9 2002, 1:51pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:36pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

Mobility For Connected Gamers
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The Nokia N-GageTM mobile game desk will be available in the first quarter of 2003.
Nokia and Sega will collaborated to provide branded games for Nokia’s new mobile game deck device category. According to the alliance, Sega will develop games for the Nokia N-Gage(TM) mobile game deck, that will also run on the Nokia Series 60 platform and the Symbian OS (Operating System). Sega games will be available on memory cards.
"Nokia believes that games is the next big thing in mobility. The mobile game deck devices takes us to a new level of mobile interactive gaming, offering totally new and unique possibilities that were not previously available in this quality for publishers or end-users. We are excited to provide rich, high quality games from world known game publishers such as Sega. Sega offers an excellent variety of games with several genres,” said Ilkka Raiskinen Senior Vice President, Entertainment and Media Business Unit, Nokia Mobile Phones.

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