Originally Posted by Wade Barrett 1979
I wouldn't say it was that either. It was just the fact that Sega had massive debts and had to stop investing in some departments. The games console department, mainly the investment in the Dremcast, was one of the departments that they decided to cull. Because of the debts they weren't able to invest enough into the Dreamcast to be able to compete with Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft.
They're still developing games software and games though.