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SEGA doing Winter Olympics games

But will they feature Mario and Sonic?

SEGA has snapped up the rights to the videogame tie-in for the 2010 Winter Olympics, which will be held in Vancouver.

A "wide variety" of games are planned according to the press release, "including skiing, skating and snowboarding".

The publisher has yet to officially announce any titles. But last month, we reported that Sonic and Mario at the Olympics 2 is on the way - and that it will have a wintry theme. Hmm.

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