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Super Monkey Ball canned?

The PlayStation 2 version of the game slips off the publisher's radar

The PlayStation 2 version of Super Monkey Ball has fallen off the bottom of Infogrames' release radar, and nobody at the company seems to know anything about it. US and Japanese releases have still yet to take place, and the game will not appear at E3 this year according to Sega officials. The GameCube version of the game is due out in Europe tomorrow alongside the console itself. Although not originally developed by Nintendo, the quirky simian concept drives precisely the sort of game you might expect the Japanese developer to produce, and with the console at a convention-defying price in this country from day one, sales may well pick up. As for the PlayStation 2 version of the game, we'll keep you posted. Earlier this morning Infogrames refused to speculate on whether or not the game had been canned. Related Feature - Super Monkey Ball 2 in development

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