Daily Briefs (Oct. 27, Round 2) – SEGA & Tokyo Olympics 2020, Kutar, Zelda jewelry

Today’s Daily Briefs (Round 2): SEGA to become the sole worldwide distributor of games based on the Tokyo Olympics 2020, but also…

  • Kutar
  • The Legend of Zelda jewelry

SEGA & Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Today, SEGA announced that it had acquired the sole worldwide rights to distribute sales of video games based on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Those rights apply to games (home console, handhelds, PC, online, smartphones), but also business use.

Of course, there will definitely be a Mario & Sonic at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics game, and that would have been the case no matter what. As for the other Tokyo 2020 games SEGA is planning to release, we don’t know if any of them will hit a Nintendo platform or not.

Since the 2020 Olympics are taking place in Japan, interest for the Olympics have been at an all-time high in the country. Therefore, it’s not too surprising that SEGA would try and get the rights in the first place.

Source: SEGAVia: ANN


Kutar is a series of small downloadable games released earlier this year in Japan. Today, Circle Ent. announced that they would release the series in North America, and are targeting a mid-November release.

Our Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

The Legend of Zelda jewelry

Do you love the Legend of Zelda series? Are you getting married in the near future? Do you want to give a Zelda flavour to your marriage? Are you really wealthy? If your answer to all those questions is yes, then Sapphire Studios has the right thing for you: some wedding rings/bands inspired by The Legend of Zelda.

You can check the various rings and bands on this page, but be warned: they’re all very expensive. The prices range from 360€ to… 3 610€. Ouch. They do have various payment plans, though.

Here’s some pictures:


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