Despite what seems like a shrinking presence, SEGA's latest numbers are solid. SEGA Sammy, parent company of SEGA, reported the company's financial results for the first half of its fiscal 2014 year, showcasing an impressive 162.21 billion yen ($1.65 billion) in sales.
This represents an 18.8% jump from last year. SEGA also reported that their net income is up 192.9% to 11.35 billion yen, with the company seeing "solid" sales of packaged games.
SEGA reported a year-to-year increase in the total number of units moved to 3.23 million copies, led by Total War: Rome 2, which shipped 800,000 copies in the US and Europe alone.
Sales of digital titles for the PC, as well as phones, were also "favorable."
Overall, this is big news for SEGA, as during the same period a year ago, the company reported an operating loss of 780 million yen.