Sega has reported that both net sales and net income dropped during fiscal year 2011.
The company said net sales were $5 billion, down .3 percent from 2011, while net income dropped 47.4 percent to 21 billion yen.
The consumer business division that deals with video games reported a drop in overall units sold. Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games sold 3.28 million copies, while Sonic Generations sold 1.85 million.
Other decent sellers for the company were Virtua Tennis 4 (1.04 million), Football Manager 2012 (710K) and Yakuza: Dead Souls (550K).