With the unrevealing of this years Electronic Entertainment Expo just around the corner one of world's leading game developers, Electronic Arts, recently announced one of their most anticipated E3 software line ups for years, at least what they want to tell us anyway.
The line up showcases some of the hottest franchises (Lord of The Rings, Harry Potter), to long awaited sequels ( The Sims 2, Burnout 3) and battling all new territory (Timesplitters Future Perfect, Catwomen, GoldenEye Rogue Agent).
The multi-genre line-up consists of:
- Armies of Exigo (PC)
- Battle for Middle Earth (PC)
- Black & White 2 (PC)
- Burnout 3 (PS2, Xbox)
- Catwoman (Cube, GBA, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- Def Jam Vendetta 2 (Cube, PS2, Xbox)
- FIFA 2005 (PC, PS2, Xbox)
- The Godfather (PS2, Xbox)
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban (Cube, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (PS2, Xbox)
- Madden NFL 2005 (Cube, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- March Madness 2005 (PS2, Xbox)
- NASCAR Thunder 2005 (Cube, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- NBA Live 2005 (Cube, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- NCAA 2005 (PS2, Xbox)
- NHL 2005 (Cube, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- Medal of Honor Pacific Assault (PC)
- Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005 (Cube, PC, PS2, Xbox)
- Ultima X (PC)
- Battlefield 2 (PC)
- TimeSplitters Future Perfect (Cube, PS2, Xbox)
- Battlefield Modern Combat (PS2)
- The Lord of The Rings The Third Age (Cube, GBA, PS2, Xbox)
- GoldenEye Rogue Agent (Cube, PS2, Xbox)
- The Sims 2 (PC)
More then likely we'll see EA support for both Nintendo's and Sony's hand-held consoles, and of course it just wouldn't be Electronic Arts if they didn't present us with some fantastic surprises during the event.
Sport fans will be happy to hear that EA reassured us that Madden NFL 2005, FIFA Soccer 2005 and NBA LIVE 2005 will also be compatible with online features that will host many world-wide competitions, definitely a life changing decision from EA.
If that wasn't enough, EA were happy to announce that they'll also be unrevealing their support for Sony's PlayStation Portable, the PSP hand-held system, at the Expo. EA will be delivering four EA titles on the system's launch, and between ten to twelve additional titles to follow within the first year of its' release.