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SEGA reveals upcoming Nintendo 3DS titles lined up

The Japan based game developing legend SEGA is, this winter, showing off their support for fellow gaming developers Nintendo by revealing the 3DS titles they have lined up. The company has unveiled their list of plans for the season ahead, which includes four new games beginning in Europe on November 11th.

As Cubed3 explains the line-up begins with old-school ninja classic, Shinobi. The series returns after more than seven years of absence. While Europe are scheduled to get the side-scrolling platform game November 11th, the US have to wait a little while longer as its not due out there until November 15th.

The second game sees the return of another fan favorite return, the super speedy blue Sonic the Hedgehog, as he gets his Nintendo 3DS debut in Sonic Generations. Sonic has appeared on the Wii before in Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games, but this game sees Modern Sonic and old-school Sonic team up to solve the issues with a time gap. It will launch for the device across Europe on November 22nd, again those in the US will have to wait, only until November 25th.

The third game that SEGA has lined up is CRUSH 3D, a game that had previously appeared on the Sony PSP. Danny faces some challenging situations as players use 3D and 2D to help him solve them. This won’t be launching in Europe until January 13th, the US actually get it slightly earlier this time on January 10th.

Finally we see Sonic return once more as he goes head to head with Nintendo legend Mario in Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games. This is another game that is not set to launch until next year, first in Europe on February 10th then in the US February 14th. What do you think of the line-up from SEGA? Are you interested in getting any of these games?

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Written by Chris Cook

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