Persona 4 Golden and other titles are doing well on PC.
Persona 4 Golden

Sega says that their recent PC ports of some rather high-profile games have proven to be a great success for the company. Sales of games like Persona 4 Golden, Yakuza 0, and even Catherine have been so successful that Sega is considering bringing more games over to the PC platform. The biggest push for Sega seems to be the surprise success of Persona 4 Golden above all else.

Sega president Haruki Satomi and senior executive vice president Koichi Fukazawa confirmed this good news during a recent Q&A session with investors, and recent quarterly financial report. Here is a translation as provided by Persona Central.

We remastered Persona 4 Golden, a title previously sold on the PlayStation Vita, and released it for sale on Steam this fiscal year. Because of the game’s critical acclaim and its low selling price, sales were much stronger than expected. We will continue to actively promote porting previously released titles to Steam and new platforms. We are also negotiating with platform holders for new games in the future, and we’re considering ways to sell under favourable conditions for each title. Among them are measures such as preparing PC versions of the titles from the beginning, with multi-platform releases in mind.
With this success, the question now becomes: What games will we see next? The obvious choices here are probably Persona 5 Royal, a game that we found to be an absolutely amazing experience on the PlayStation 4. Other top candidates probably include the other Yakuza titles. Yakuza's 3-5 recently had a bundled remaster release on the PlayStation 4. And while these titles did not necessarily hit the levels of complete remakes like Kiwami and Kiwami 2 did, they're still a major part of the franchise that should be experienced. There is also Yakuza 6 and the spin-off title Judgment. All of these would work well given the success of the original Yakuza titles on PC and more recently on Xbox One. Yakuza: Like a Dragon is already confirmed for a PC release later this year.