Sega announced today at the Sega Sports Summit it's plans to bring the critically acclaimed Sega Sports franchise to all other video game platforms.
During the summit, Sega presented it's plans to bring NBA 2K2 to the Nintendo GameCube, and TENNIS 2K2, the sequel to the popular VIRTUA TENNIS, to the Sony Playstation 2. Both titles will launch on the Sega Dreamcast first. With the addition of the Nintendo GameCube, Sega Sports will now be on all of the next-generation game systems.
" The launch of multiple Sega Sports titles across all four platforms is a testament to Sega's immersive content and winning gameplay," said Peter Moore, president and COO, Sega of America. "We've seen overwhelming support for our evolution from a hardware maker to a third party publisher, and this acceptance by all platforms puts us clearly on the path to becoming the leading publisher in the industry. We are committed to making that goal a reality."
The complete Sega Sports roster of next generation titles includes:
WORLD SERIES BASEBALL 2K2 (Dreamcast)
NCAA COLLEGE FOOTBALL 2K2 (Dreamcast)
NFL 2K2 (Dreamcast, Xbox, Playstation 2)
NBA 2K2 (Dreamcast, Xbox, GameCube, Playstation 2)
TENNIS 2K2 (Dreamcast, Playstation 2)
NHL 2K2 (Dreamcast)