SPOnG has a bit of a thing for Super Monkey Ball. The first two Gamecube outings helped make the world a better place; and also gave ?Cube owners the right to look smug and self-satisfied, peering down their noses at less well-informed shoppers perusing titles that didn?t involve monkeys in balls.
Soon, after what must seem like rather a long wait, PS2 and Xbox owners can get a chance to see what all the fuss is about, when Super Monkey Ball Deluxe arrives in Europe in the spring of 2005. SMB Deluxe should also be the best value package in the series. It compiles courses and mini-games from the first two versions, throws in a whole load more ? bringing the total track tally to 300, and should retail at a wallet-friendly price point. It?s going to be thirty ?bucks? in America; so Europe can expect something around the £20 - £30 mark That?s an awesome deal by any measure.
Thank you Sega, have yourself a banana.