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 Written by John Scalzo  on April 24, 2006

News: Sega has decided to parcel out their E3 offerings slowly.



This morning Sega announced that beginning tonight at 12:01 AM (Pacific Time), they will unveil the first title from their E3 2006 lineup at the Sega site.

Gamers are encouraged to point their browsers at Sega.com/e3 to see "Sega's Road To E3 2006".

"Recent additions to our organization in the form of strong developers have expanded upon SEGA's next-gen development prowess," said Scott A. Steinberg, Vice President of Marketing, SEGA of America, Inc. "Our 2006 E3 line-up clearly shows that SEGA's commitment to challenging creative and technological boundaries has never been stronger."

Sega has said they will add new titles to the list regularly right up until the May 10 opening of the show.

Some titles that Sega will surely show include 2006 releases Sonic the Hedgehog (PS3, Xbox 360), Medieval 2: Total War (PC), Phantasy Star Universe (PC, PS2, Xbox 360), Chromehounds (Xbox 360) and Yakuza (PS2).

If we're awake at midnight, we'll let you know what Sega's first title is. Otherwise, check back tomorrow for the first details.



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