New Super Monkey Ball Game Rated Again, This Time In South Korea

After a long hiatus, it looks Sega’s Super Monkey Ball series is finally rolling back into our lives.

Following on from a Taiwanese rating earlier this week and Sega filing a Japanese trademark for a game called Tabegoro! Super Monkey Ball in May, a new listing has now appeared on the Korean ratings board. It seems like an announcement from Sega is now inevitable.

The Monkey Ball news doesn’t end there, though. There’s also a rumour the recently trademarked Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz will be receiving a high-definition makeover for Nintendo Switch. This title was originally released on the Nintendo Wii in 2006 and featured motion controls.

Since the recently trademarked monkey ball game had a new name, I believe this port is likely going to be completely seperate from the new Monkey Ball game, whenever that is revealed.— Sabi (@New_WabiSabi) July 13, 2019

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