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Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz DLC Detailed

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

SEGA have announced the release of several DLC packs for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz on PS Vita. Here’s the lowdown straight from the SEGA Blog:

SEGA Grey Pack – Include the SEGA Saturn system and Logo in your designs!
SEGA Black Pack – Include the SEGA MegaDrive / Genesis system and logo in your designs!
SEGA White Pack – Include the SEGA Dreamcast system and logo in your designs!
Sonic Pack – Update your levels to include a Sonic the Hedgehog statue!
Hard Pack – Tons of new slimmer elements, including L, T, and + (plus) shapes.
Professional Pack -All new elements, that are even more challenging than the Hard Pack, can be found in this Professional Pack!
Variety Pack – Update your levels with pyramids, bumps, cones and more!
Puyo Puyo Pack – The update adds a tile containing PuyoPuyos that are hard to navigate across!

All packs launch in North America on October 30th for $1.99 each. The European DLC is staggered and released on these dates:

October 31st: SEGA Grey Pack & SEGA Black Pack
November 7th: SEGA White Pack & Sonic Pack
November 14th: Hard Pack & Professional Pack
November 21st: Variety Pack & Puyo Puyo Pack

There is currently no pricing on European packs but they will all be sold as a single bundle at a later date.

[Source: SEGA Blog]

Video Spotlight: Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz Launch Trailer

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz is finally out in the UK so let’s celebrate with a launch trailer!

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz is available now for PS Vita.

[Source: SEGA Europe’s YouTube Channel]

Prepare to Have Your Ears Destroyed by Super Monkey Ball: The Musical

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

In what has to be one of the most bizarre advertising campaigns we’ve seen since the previous Monkey Ball one (you know, with the boobs), SEGA have revealed a collaboration with Random Encounters to release a 3 part Super Monkey Ball musical on YouTube. Yes, you heard that right. This is all in celebration of the release of Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz on PS Vita.

If you feel like putting yourself through this horror then watch the first part below. Probably best you watch this alone and out of sight from other people/animals:

[Source: SEGA Blog]

Get a Bonus ‘Adult Map’ When You Pre-Order Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz in Japan

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

In what is possibly the most bizarre in-game bonus we’ve ever seen, SEGA has revealed an ‘adult map’ for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Splitz on PS Vita.

The map is based around Yuki Kawamura; a Japanese glamour model which obviously means you can use her breasts as ramps. Yes, you read that right. See below for the hard evidence (no pun intended):

This map is only available to those who pre-order the first print run of the game in Japan and will unlikely be making an appearance on Western shores.

Here’s an additional trailer that also features Yuki Kawamura promoting the game:

[Source: Spong]

UPDATE!

Additional advert featuring more of Yuki Kawamura sourced from Sonic Wrecks! This might be the greatest advertising campaign of all time:

Super Monkey Ball Vita Gets New Name & Trailer

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

The previously announced Super Monkey Ball game for Playstation Vita has received a new name; Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz. The game has a tentative ‘2012’ release date. A new trailer for the game is featured below:

[Source: SEGA]

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