Sega’s Samurai & Dragons Shutting Down On July 31

By Spencer . June 6, 2014 . 1:33am

image Samurai & Dragons was the first free to play game for PlayStation Vita. It’s basically another version of Kingdom Conquest with dozens of crossover characters. Sega added characters from their library like Sonic the Hedgehog, Bayonetta, and Akira from Viruta Fighter.


Then the Sega console girls were added along with characters that appeared in other Vita games like Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus and the Legend of Heroes series. Sega even got Leah Dizon to sing the game’s theme song.


But, now Samurai & Dragons is coming to an end. Service for the PlayStation Vita game will end on July 31 after six seasons and over two years of service. Why? Because Sega’s focus now is Chain Chronicle V, a PlayStation Vita version of their popular smartphone game.

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  • 324234

    The business model for this game was insanely greedy and it borrows elements from facebook junk. Not surprising the dungeon gameplay couldn’t save it.

  • Alter

    at first it was very popular until reset and server merge. it’s like “WTF, all my wasted time expanding region and leveling classes just down the drain”..

    • Chido55

      ^ This.
      I tried to play again after the reset, but things have just gone too slow to a shitty level.

  • buddyluv324

    I guess this is one Sega game I’m glad they didn’t bring over to the States.

  • Warboss Aohd

    i love it when money greedy games like this fail.

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