The Creative Assembly Australia changes name, spreads its wings

Sega Studios Australia logo

The Creative Assembly Australia, founded in 2002 and involved with both Rome and Medieval II, has undergone a name change today.  Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to SEGA Studios Australia. In the process of adapting to the shift from the last generation to the current, the studio has received a bit of an upgrade as they are now moving towards original product and away from the Total War line.

“SEGA is hugely proud of its internal development studios,” commented Gary Dunn, Senior Vice President – Production, SEGA Europe and SEGA America. “SEGA Studios Australia has been involved in the development of some of SEGA’s most successful games; this new corporate image will not only reflect their development heritage but also the exciting new times ahead for the team”.

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