These numerous European premieres are united by high-profile titles such as Phantasy Star Universe on PS2, Xbox 360, PC, the MMORPG with an additional single player campaign. Sonic Rivals, Sonic's first appearance on PSP, as well as Charlotte's Web, a powerful film licence which forms the basis for non-violent family entertainment.
SEGA will be showing selected contacts further next generation highlights in the Business Centre. Included are; SEGA Rally, Full Auto 2: Battlelines, Virtua Tennis 3 and Sonic The Hedgehog (all for the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system), along with Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz and Sonic and the Secret Rings (both for the Wii system from Nintendo).
"The 2006 Games Convention is a perfect stage for our constantly growing line-up of unique games. We will offer countless Total War fans an opportunity to see the quality of the Rome sequel Medieval II for themselves, we will show our most lavish PS2 production Yakuza at our booth, and we will demonstrate Sonic, Virtua Tennis 3 and Charlotte's Web in order to address gamers of all ages. Furthermore, our significantly increased presence in the Business Centre will allow us to present upcoming Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii highlights to trade and press representatives in a relaxed atmosphere," says Anusch Mahadjer, Marketing Director for SEGA Germany.
SEGA's provisional line-up for the 2006 GC summarised:
- Medieval II: Total War (PC)
- Sonic The Hedgehog (Xbox 360, PS3)
- Sonic and the Secret Rings (Nintendo Wii)
- Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz (Nintendo Wii)
- Virtua Tennis 3 (Xbox 360, PS3)
- SEGA Rally (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)
- Yakuza (PS2)
- Phantasy Star Universe (PS2, PC, Xbox 360)
- Full Auto 2: Battlelines (PS3)
- Charlotte's Web (PC, GBA, Nintendo DS)
- Sonic Rivals (PSP)
Subject to changes and additions on short notice.