SEGA returns to MomoCon showcasing Project Mirai DX, Tembo, 3D Classics & more!

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MomoCon has recently announced the return of SEGA’s appearance to this year’s convention event with panels and first playable demos of a number of unreleased games from their lineup! These games include the upcoming Nintendo 3DS games Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX and the entire SEGA 3D Classics arcade roster. Also for consoles the first North American playable demos of TEMBO THE BADASS ELEPHANT, and Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax!

I will be attending the convention once again to interview the cool reps from SEGA of America on their line-up titles for the summer and will be bringing you coverage and videos from the convention floors. If you have any questions on the following titles, be sure to leave a comment below.


5 responses to “SEGA returns to MomoCon showcasing Project Mirai DX, Tembo, 3D Classics & more!

  1. Trippled says:

    It’s wierd to see Sega America being so anime recently

  2. landman says:

    All those efforts with Miku and Fighting Climax and they never cared to show Yakuza in those kind of conventions, where most of the public is the perfect target for the series, people who love Japanese culture.

  3. harlemknight says:

    When will they release pso2 in the states?

  4. retroman says:

    I’d like to know if the 3D Classics series will definitely get a follow-up.
    All we know is that Streets of Rage II was teased a while ago, but there has been no official confirmation from SEGA yet.

    Also, it would be nice if the Master System games that were bundled with the Japanese retail release of the 3D Classics would eventually be available on the eShop here.

    Is there any chance of that happening?

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