SEGA’s Alan Pritchard “Aliens: Colonial Marines is still on”, 3DS News, Other Stuff…

Alan Pritchard, SEGA West’s VP of marketing and Sales, had a interview with Game Informer in the latest issue. One of the questions asked was if Aliens: Colonial Marines was still coming out. The short answer? Yes.

“Colonial Marines . We’ve been working closely with Gearbox behind the scenes, and we’ll be able to tell

Pritchard also discussed SEGA’s plans for the 3DS over the next financial and calendar year. In addition to confirming Super Monkey Ball as a 3DS launch title, he discussed plans for old and original IPs:

“We have a number of 3DS titles in our line-up for next financial and calendar year. There’s four or five existing franchises, one or two from the old Sega IP locker, and we’re looking at one or two new IPs as well.

It should be noted that in the same interview, Pritchard also mentioned that at least three Sonic titles will be revealed next year. Perhaps Sonic will be one of those existing IPs.

You can read the rest of the interview from the scans below. Its actually a good interview and he is pretty honest.


6 responses to “SEGA’s Alan Pritchard “Aliens: Colonial Marines is still on”, 3DS News, Other Stuff…

  1. Supa says:

    There you have it, the Dreamcast collection that you guys posted about a few weeks back is confirmed.

  2. CrazyTails says:

    Funny how he calls sonic colors what sonic 4 should have been called.

    Great honest guy indeed.

  3. CrazyTails says:

    That last sentence wasn't sarcastic, just for clarification. Thought it looked a bit sarcastic myself.

  4. Sharky says:

    Ok some things that made me happy here…

    1) They plan to stop the Marvel License games! SWEET!

    2) Aliens Colonial Marines is still a go! SWEET!

    3) Dreamcast pack! Awesome…

    4) Re-confirmed Platinum game

    It's really a shame about MadWorld though.

  5. upsidedown fuji says:

    The graphic used for this entry looks like Sonic is about to punch him in the face. XD

  6. Sharky says:

    Pretty sure thats a real life statue there, Fuji. Not graphics.

    But it DOES actually look kind of CGI like in that first photo.

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