SEGA releases today: Conduit 2, Sonic 2 and Virtua Tennis 4 demo

SEGA and High Voltage’s sequel to The Conduit is finally hitting store shelves after many delays. The Wii shooter faces stiff competition today from Valve’s Portal 2 sequel and the new Mortal Kombat video game. Europe and Australia get the game on the 22nd.

Playstation 3 owners now get to play Virtua Tennis 4 with the exclusive world tour demo. The demo last week was exclusive to PSN Plus subscribers, this week it’s available for all PSN users. The demo clocks in at 878 MB.

Talking about PSN plus exclusives, Sonic 2 hits PSN for all users this week. Like the Virtua Tennis 4 demo, this was exclusive and free for Playstation Plus users for one week. The game will set you back a cool $4.99. Small price to pay for the best Sonic game ever.


4 responses to “SEGA releases today: Conduit 2, Sonic 2 and Virtua Tennis 4 demo

  1. -nSega54- says:

    Beat me to it, I just saw the Conduit 2 press release. I totally forgot this game was coming out, I'm guessing it isn't being given the same marketing push that the first game received.

  2. Supa says:

    Nowhere near. I haven't anything from SEGA about it save for a dev diary or two.

    Oh, and SEGA Europe's site is showing the 22nd for Conduit 2. Do you have an alternate source?

  3. CosmicCastaway says:

    Sonic 2 is your favorite Sonic game George? I would've thought it was Sonic 3 & Knuckles. Anyways, hope all three titles do well!

  4. SOUP says:

    The sound in this version of Sonic 2 is a bit off. The spin dash makes a weird noise. Just giving you guys a heads up.

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