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Sega is set to announce a new Super Monkey Ball title this month, a voice actor has suggested.
Matt Brian, who is the voice of the Monkey Ball series’ announcer, posted a number of hints towards an upcoming reveal on his Instagram page.
In an earlier post covering the closure of Sega’s flagship Akihabara arcade, Brian wrote: “Akihabara arcade closing which means that the flow goes to Super Monkey Ball X. This month the ground will shake. Stay tuned!”
The voice actor has been actively teasing a new Monkey Ball game this summer, including showing off a script that fans speculate could be related to something called ‘Monkey Ball Retro’.
Tokyo Game Show is set to take place digitally at the end of this month.
According to comments made by the game’s director last year, positive sales could lead to further series remakes or even a new game.
“When considering how to bring Super Monkey Ball to modern platforms with the limited time and budget we had, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz was the most reasonable option,” he told Crunchy Roll.
“13 years ago was before I joined Sega; I’m really grateful for the fans who still support the Monkey Ball series after all these years, and who motivate me to create only the best for them.
“And of course, I am aware that the most favoured titles are the first two games. If there is enough support for Banana Blitz HD, this will open up doors for remaking the first two games or even a whole new title to the series. But for now, I’d be happy if everyone has fun playing Banana Blitz HD.”