We first spotted the game when avatar items for Sonic Adventure 2 landed on the Avatar Marketplace last month. A Xbox.com listing confirmed the game’s existence despite Sega remaining mum on the subject.
The game originally saw out the Dreamcast in 2001 and later appeared on the GameCube as Sonic Adventure 2: Battle.
Sega broke the news at a Sonic Boom event at Comic-Con to a very excited fans as you can see in the video below:
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