Rating For ‘Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania’ Discovered In Australia

Posted on April 18, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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Although plenty appeared to be lost in hopes for a return of the Super Monkey franchise in the late 2010s, Japanese publisher Sega in a surprise announcement shared that the series will be gracing the Nintendo Switch. But while it is not a unique installment for the line of titles, instead, players are to anticipate a reworking of a previous entry.

In that, the firm announced Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. Yes, the company decided to remaster the original 2010 game from the Nintendo Wii. However, the release did come with some hallmark notes despite the decided candidate. That being the debut for Sonic the Hedgehog for Super Monkey Ball. While shared under Sega, Sonic was discovered to being a playable character prematurely to the game’s release.

But now, it appears that Banana Blitz HD is surely not the only game to be in mind for the future of Super Monkey Ball. In a new finding from Gematsu, the Australia Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communication has a rating for ‘Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania’.

The discovery via the listed attributes reveal that the unannounced project was officially listed on April 15 this past Thursday. With production also listed to be active in 2021, that does not accurately determine the game’s release for the same year, however,. Furthermore, the game is also given a ‘PG’ for mild impact of violence.

Noted, the discovery was anticipated in some lengths due to comments from Sega in the past. Following the release of Banana Blitz HD back at the start of 2020, Sega on the official Super Monkey Ball Twitter account wrote, “We look forward to serving you again in the Super Monkey Ball series!” You can read the full report by heading here.

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Source: Gematsu

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