Sega won't stop making console games, but their new parent company wants them to do more of what they do best.
In a recent interview with Bloomberg Japan, Sammy president Hajime Satomi talked about how his company could help Sega become profitable once again.
It's no secret that Sega is and always has been very profitable in the arcade business, and has been hit or miss on the console side of things. Because of this, Sammy would like Sega to concentrate more on the coin-op side of their operations, hopefully making more money in the process.
Of course, this doesn't mean that Sega will stop making games for home systems any time soon. Sammy just wants them to pick and choose game releases more carefully instead of developing games in the fashion that they are now.
In addition, Satomi said that he will want to have a more active role in the day-to-day operations at Sega. He also hopes that Sega will make games for Sammy's own low-cost arcade hardware, the Atomiswave. It has similar hardware to Sega's own Dreamcast and Naomi arcade system.