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Sega sneakily reveals Super Monkey Ball for PS Vita


1:00 PM on 09.11.2011
Sega sneakily reveals Super Monkey Ball for PS Vita photo



Oh, Sega! You cheeky, cheeky monkey! Thought you could pull a fast one on us, did ya?

Tucked away on Sega of America's Flickr photostream is a trio of Super Monkey Ball screen grabs, all tagged with "PS Vita." As far as I'm aware (let me know if I missed something), Sega has not officially announced a PS Vita installment of the bananarama arcade series. Consider this stealth reveal a pleasant surprise this weekend!

[Thanks for the tip, Shadzter!]

Sega sneakily reveals Super Monkey Ball for PS Vita photo
Sega sneakily reveals Super Monkey Ball for PS Vita photo
Sega sneakily reveals Super Monkey Ball for PS Vita photo







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