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Japan: SEGA Has Filed A Trademark For Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz

In 2006, SEGA released Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz on the Nintendo Wii. 13 years later, it seems that the company is still interested in the game. It has been discovered SEGA filed a trademark for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz on May 21st, not very long after SEGA had filed a “Tabegoro! Super Monkey Ball” trademark in the same month. It is unknown why, but there is speculation that SEGA is planning to release a Nintendo Switch port of the game. A tweet relaying the news is down below.

6 comments

  1. I wish aiai was playable on team sonic racing with jet the hawk and cream the rabbit.

  2. Weird.. Sega just re release 1 and 2 with new levels and HD graphics more co op stuff and youd be fine. Then make a true 3rd game.

  3. Can we get a port of a monkey ball game that Doesn’t have some weird gimmick or isn’t designed for five year olds, like super monkey ball deluxe? That game would be an awesome remake (it’s essentially super monkey ball 1 and 2 combined)

    1. I thought the same thing when I played Monkey Ball on the DS. There was very little challenge compared to the first one on the gamecube and I forgot I even had that version due to not playing it very much.

  4. Hopefully motion controls will be optional. Of course, this game is well suited for motion control.
    Now, we just need a Switch sequel to Kirby Tilt ‘n Tumble.

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