SEGA: the return of a historic IP would be imminent

SEGA: the return of a historic IP would be imminent


With all these digital events close together, this time is perfect for enjoying a slew of announcements and welcome returns. Just last night we saw the first real gameplay trailer of the long-awaited Elden Ring, but it seems the surprises have just begun. Of all the companies present at E3 2021, it seems that SEGA is now about to announce a new chapter of one of its most iconic and beloved videogame sagas.

Let's talk about Super Monkey Ball, the crazy arcade starring the adorable monkeys that run at crazy speeds inside colored balls of all sizes. To suggest the possible surprise return of the historic SEGA saga were a couple of video game classification bodies, which have mentioned a new title in the series called Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania in their databases.

The SEGA stock in question appears to have been classified in Australia and Brazil, but what should it be specifically? Difficult to say at the moment, since we do not know if it will be a new game for the brand, or if it will be a remake of the more classic chapters. What is certain is that the title, according to the classification, should be released on all gaming platforms currently available, including PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S; who knows that maybe it will also arrive in the Xbox Game Pass catalog.

Although everything comes from the videogame classification bodies, at the moment we have no official information regarding this upcoming SEGA product. However, being in the middle of the E3 2021 period, the advice is to always keep your eyes wide open, because a possible official announcement could always take place at any moment and in any digital conference.

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Japan's Sega Sammy files proposal to build casino complex with Genting

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese entertainment group Sega Sammy Holdings said on Friday it had submitted a proposal to build a casino complex in Yokohama in a partnership with Genting Singapore.

Japan has sought to build several Las Vegas-style casino complexes to boost tourism. Analysts have previously estimated Japan’s casino market could be worth about $8 billion a year, although enthusiasm has waned in the past few years, with Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts withdrawing from projects in Japan.

Reporting by Tokyo Newsroom; Editing by Edmund Blair