Bem penso que nao seja verdade, mas mesmo assim meto aqui...nunca se sabe....8o http://www.forumplanet.com/planetdreamcast/topic.asp?fid=1444&tid=1828048 In an interview with Gamespy in Sept. of 2005, Sonic Team's Yuji Naka was asked about a demo being run at E3 2005. Although the interviewer continued to ask about software something said by Mr. Naka strikes me as very interesting. >>>GameSpy: We also got some brief glimpses of the next-gen Sonic game. It appears to be an extension of the demo movie we saw at E3. The other movies shown (Virtua Fighter, After Burner) turned out to be arcade games running on Lindbergh hardware. Was the Sonic demo running on Lindbergh as well? >>>Naka It wasn't running on Lindbergh, actually -- what you saw at E3 was our in-house next-gen development system. In other words Sega has it's own hardware to develop games for the next-gen consoles. Since they obviously are continuing to develop their own hardware to design on. How hard would it be to take that to the next step and release it as their own console? Not very... Until Sega gets out of the video game field completly. There will always be a chance that they might take the next step and release another console. Let's keep hoping!