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By 6 August 2018 | Categories: news

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It seems that Sega isn’t holding back come this year’s Gamescom, taking place from the 21st to 25th of this month in Cologne, Germany. The publisher will apparently be bringing at least six of its developers’ titles to the gaming expo, most of which will be playable at its stand. These will include Total War: Three Kingdoms, Team Sonic Racing, Valkyria Chronicles 4, Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise, Persona 3 Dancing in the Moonlight and Persona 5 Dancing in the Starlight.

Team Sonic Racing, developed by Sumo Digital, is an arcade and fast-paced competitive style racing experience, featuring your favourite characters from across the Sonic Universe. Visitors to the stand will have the opportunity to race on an all new track, Ice Mountain, and experience two brand new playable teams.

Creative Assembly’s Total War: Three Kingdoms will also showcase never-seen-before content and consumers will get the chance to go hands-on with the game for the first time. Players will witness an exclusive look at the exotic lands of ancient China in a campaign map flythrough before being thrust into the midst of a night-time ambush battle.

While Football Manager 2019 will make its Gamescom debut this year, it won’t be playable. However, as some solace for football fans, they will be given the opportunity to go head to head with ESPN Football Journalist, Raphael Honigstein, and score themselves an authentic Football Manager photo and leave with a Football Manager notebook.  

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