Having previously pledged both Sonic the Hedgehog and Full Auto 2: Battlelines to the PlayStation 3's US launch, now it turns out SEGA won't be there with either.
Sonic has already been set back until December, and now it looks like Full Auto 2 is suffering the same fate, with a spokesperson telling IGN that it's "targeting an early December ship date".
Full Auto 2 - the sequel to a fairly mediocre Xbox 360 original - is also due out on PlayStation Portable, as announced on Friday.
The PS3 version's absence means that the PS3 launch line-up has shrunk even further, with fellow day-one title The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion already having been dropped back to Q1 2007 by Bethesda Softworks.
Elsewhere, US retailers are listing the PS3 version of Vivendi Games' F.E.A.R. as down for February release - with representatives for the company having failed to get back to us about that one so far.
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