In the age where the latest games can downloaded to your computer within a matter of hours, a service like GameSessions can prove to be very beneficial. They allow you to play a free trial of the latest digital games for a period of time decided upon by the developer for free. If you decide you want to pay more, you can rent or buy it at any time. Several developers have already signed up for the service, with The Vanishing of Ethan Carter and Alan Wake being some of the more high profile releases.
SEGA have announced today that a selection of their games will be added to GameSessions, including Football Manager 2015, Sonic Generations and Company of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault. In an interview with Peter Chan from SEGA Europe, the company explained that it allows an all new way for gamers to try out their products before making the decision to purchase.
The CEO of GameSessions, Ed French added that they are delighted to include SEGA in the range of games they offer, whilst promoting the ease of using GameSessions to rent and buy any game on their service after they have used it’s free trial. If you are interested in seeing the full range of titles that SEGA have allowed GameSessions to host, you can visit their official website, or you can go to the offical SEGA homepage.
Do you believe that the collaboration between SEGA and GameSessions will encourage other developers to do the same? Let us know what you think in the comments below.