SEGA and Two Point Studios announcing a new game on January 16

twopointstudiosSEGA and Two Point Studios (a team made up of ex-Lionhead and Bullfrog developers) have now teased a new game announcement via a twitter post telling us to check back on January 16, 2018. SEGA Europe announced their partnership with Two Point Studios back in May 30, 2017 and it seems that they have been hard at work on this new title if its going to be shown in a less than two months.

According to Two Point Studios twitter bio, the team is “Making sim games with ” . It makes sense that SEGA would try their hands at the PC sim market considering that new IPs such as Cities XXL, Cities in Motion and Cities: Skylines have carved a big chunk of the market away from EA. Not only that, they are already heading that way by purchasing the Endless Space developers, Amplitude Studios. It does seem that if they make a sim game that it will be based on something like Theme Park or Theme Hospital. But who knows at this point. While these PC games are usually aimed at another market, as a SEGA fan I actually like the brand name to grow into other markets. Plus the team being made up of people that worked on games like Theme Hospital and Fable really peaks my interest.

Hatsune Miku comes to 3DS in Project Mirai

Hatsune Miku Project Diva has been making a ton of money on both the PSP and Arcades, but now the franchise is going to come to the Nintendo 3DS. The game tentatively being called “Hatsune Miku Project Mirari” (Mirari = future).

The game will obviously be supporting 3D, but that isn’t all. The device will support Augmented Reality cards. Basically, you will be able to get cards, that you put on a surface like your table and when you point the 3DS camera you will see a Hatsune Miku concert. AR concert is what SEGA will call it.

The game is scheduled to come out around March 2012 in Japan.

[Source: AndriaSang]