Segata Sanshiro is back! We know that the greatest video game ad man is appearing in the Sega meets Namco Bandai meets Capcom collaboration title, Project X Zone 2. Yesterday in Tokyo, the game's producer Kensuke Tsukanaka said that it was Namco Bandai who originally wanted Segata Sanshiro in the game. Interesting!
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