Sega Superstars Tennis Multi-Platform Trailer

This past Thursday, I got a chance to send in a few questions and listen in on a QA conference call with a couple members from the Sumo Digital team regarding the development of Sega Superstars Tennis, which hits retail this week for PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2 and DS. As an adoring Virtua Tennis fan myself, it was great to learn more about what Sumo and Sega have up their sleeves for SST, especially how they went through the long, arduous process of selecting the final roster of 16 characters. I was also excited to hear that there could be some sweet downloadable content in the future that’ll add even more iconic Sega mascots, courts, mini-games and so on should the game do well and the demand is there. If successful, Sega Superstars may even become a franchise brand branching out beyond tennis, so that’s something to watch for.

For participating in the QA call, I was also provided this awesome new trailer showcasing footage from each version of the game. Best SST trailer yet, so you’ll want to check this out for sure.

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