Sega also presented the E3 demo of Spikeout Battle Street at the Japan Expo in Paris. I filmed these 2 videos of the game, but don't expect to see anything impressive as the demo is so early I don't think Sega should have bothered to show it. It looks like a straight port from the old Dreamcast game prototype, with laughable character animation. The Sega rep there confirmed me that it was a very early build and that the final game should be much better. Let's hope this game will be worth buying when it's finally released.
Update: I had linked this news to the Outrun 2 files by mistake...
How'd that work out for ye, Sega? (48 minutes ago)
"Sega does what Nintendon't" (49 minutes ago)
The only time I can remember a real rivalry was the Megadrive and SNES, and even the Nintendo just did their own thing. (50 minutes ago)
Not to say they'll find success in their strategy this go around.. we'll see. I'm more confident in at least a meager success than most because I think they have more riding on this than WiiU. (4 Hours ago)
That's because you don't understand Nintendo. They've never built a platform around their competition. They've literally always avoided it. Since forever. (4 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: probabaly comes from the time when they were actually competative and wanted to succeed? It's been so long i can't pinpoint when exactly that was. (4 Hours ago)
Nintendo has been weird since they packed a robot in with the NES. (4 Hours ago)