Video game maker Sega Corp. announced Friday it will supply three game titles for GameCube, Nintendo Co.’s next-generation game console, adding that another four games are under development.
Sega announced in January it would stop producing its Dreamcast game console, shifting its focus to the development of software titles for former home video game rival Sony Corp.’s PlayStation2 and newcomer Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox.
For GameCube, due to debut Sept. 14 on the domestic market, Sega will release Supermonkey Ball in the fall, Virtua Striker 3 Version 2002 in early spring and Fantasy Star Online at a later date, the company said.
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