SEGA is once again ready to make PS3 owners happy.
SEGA, through its Marketing VP Scott Steinberg confirmed the details of two of its gaming titles that will arrive with PlayStation 3.
In a recent interview with US website Gamedaily.com, SEGA of America’s VP of Marketing, Scott Steinberg discussed the publisher’s strategy for all three platform holders, revealing the first glimpse of third-party software support for the launch of Sony’s PS3.
“We’ve got Sonic the Hedgehog in its original naming convention… It’ll be a launch title for the PS3. We have Full Auto 2: Battlelines, that’s shipping with the launch of the PS3. Then Virtua Fighter 5 will be in March,” Steinberg said.
This way, PS3 will have one of the most expected games and more, the sequel to Full Auto that was released on XBOX 360 will be PS3 exclusive.
Until now several other publishers announced their games for PS3. Activision came up with Call of Duty 3 and Marvel: Ultimate Alliance and Ubisoft will be presenting Assasin’s Creed.
All this promises PS3 to have lots of games and content when it will be released making buyers ready to play PS3 titles as soon as they buy the gaming console.