Sega's consoles getting the 'tan' treatment

10:00 AM on 01.29.2013 // Josh Totman
  @TheTotsu

Samurai & Dragons

Samurai & Dragons, the free to play Sega game for the PS Vita, is getting some very neat DLC. This is in the form of monster card that are the female versions of all 13 of their consoles and 12 of their arcade boards. They are going to be called Segakko (or Sega daughters)

To make things even more interesting is that KEI, the artist that gave us Hatsune Miku, will be the illustrator for all 13 of the console-tans. While Yumiko Hara, character designer for Total Eclipse, will be taking care of 12 arcade board-tans. I don't know about you but I always love a 'tan' version of something.

The first pack with the consoles called Segakko 13: Yume Kanaeshi Mono and will be release on February 1st along side the game's third season of content in Japan.

[via sgcafe]

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