Mario & Sonic at the 2012 London Olympics is on the way, if leaked art is to be believed.
SEGA has confirmed that a new Sonic game will be released in 2011, though there's much confusion over its identity.
SEGA has announced that Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games has sold over six million units since release in October.
Although it combines characters from Nintendo and SEGA franchises, the series is developed by SEGA Japan and the Wii and DS versions of both the original Mario & Sonic and the Winter Olympics variation have done big business for the Japanese company.
SEGA reportedly sold around 10 million copies of the original worldwide, and enjoyed particular success in the UK where the original and sequel continue to occupy senior positions in the Nintendo Wii charts.
SEGA has snapped up the rights to the videogame tie-in for the 2010 Winter Olympics, which will be held in Vancouver.
A secret source has confirmed to Eurogamer that a second Mario & Sonic at the Olympics game is currently in development.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games has returned to the number one position in the UK's All Formats Top 40 chart according to data released by Chart-Track, as SEGA's duplication presumably gets a second wind.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games has moved into the number one spot on the UK all formats chart according to data released by Chart-Track, GamesIndustry.biz reports.
SEGA has said you will be able to play as your Mii avatar in any of the Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games events.
SEGA has raced out new details for plumber and animal-partnering title Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games.
Finally the two famous characters will get to battle it in 20 authentic sporting events, each calling on the help of seven friends to make up the numbers.
Each character will have their own strengths and weaknesses, too. Bowser will naturally do well at shot put because he's a bit dumpy, while Sonic will run quickly in his buckled-up trainers. Mario and moustache will be an all rounder, as always.
The winners of the Best in Show awards from this year's Games Convention in Leipzig have been announced, GamesIndustry.biz reports, with Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 taking two awards for Best PlayStation 2 game and Best PlayStation 3 game.
Nintendo and SEGA have confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz that Shigeru Miyamoto will have a hand in the development of forthcoming title Mario & Sonic at the Olympic games.
Everyone knows Beijing 2008 is going to bring people together, so it's no surprise to learn that it's enough for old enemies Mario and Sonic to set aside their differences and join forces for a new Wii and DS game marking the occasion.