SEGA’s plans for 2012 are pretty hectic, today we thought we would give you a run through of the many games which they will release this year and give you specific dates for certain titles.
February is a busy month for SEGA, on the 10th of this month Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Sports will arrive for the Nintendo 3DS, dates in different regions may vary slightly, however unless you are in Japan it should arrive somewhere between now and six days time (Feb 14th). One game which we are particularly excited about is Virtua Tennis 4 for the PS Vita, this beautiful-looking game is said to arrive on 22nd February according to EuroGamer. The only other SEGA title which is said to arrive this month is Binary Domain, this tactical third-person shooter should hit PS3 and Xbox 360 on 24th February in the EU – four days later it should arrive in North America.
In March SEGA has two titles lined up, it has just been confirmed that Yakuza: Dead Souls will launch in Europe on March 16th, we’re not yet sure when it will arrive in other regions. EuroGamer also expect the Limited Edition of Total War: Shogun 2 – Fall of the Samurai to show up on March 23rd.
The rest of the releases don’t seem to be set in stone, however we should see London 2012 – The Official Video Game of the Olympic Games hit PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in June, Anarchy Reigns hit PS3 and 360 in early July and Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz to hit the PS Vita sometime this summer, as for Aliens: Colonial Marines this has been pencilled in for Autumn 2012.
Games which we’ve heard nothing about include the North American release of Crush 3D for the 3DS, Rhythm Thief & the Emperor’s Treasure which should arrive sometime this month the 3DS in North America and Europe also we’d like to hear some solid information in regards to Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown and its PS3, Xbox 360 and PS Vita releases.
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