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Sega Launches Mysterious New Website for PS3, Vita Game

Sega Teaser

On March 28th, Sega is going to unveil a new game for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. It’s anyone’s guess what it will be.

The teaser site features nothing but the date, the consoles, and what appears to be grains of sand trickling down to a small pile in a bed of grass. There are not a whole lot of clues, but we have seen teases with less to go on than this new Sega game. If it’s new. It could be a sequel to something. There really is no way to tell just yet.

Whatever the game ends up being, it will almost certainly have Cross Buy or Cross Play based on the PS3/Vita connection. Perhaps a new Valkyria Chronicles is in the works. Or maybe it’s a Western localization of Yakuza 1&2 HD. The ball is entirely in Sega’s court on this one, but at least we only have to wait a week to find out just what’s in store.

What do you think or hope Sega’s announcement will be?

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