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The Cgtuts+ E3 Games Roundup!


Being in the CG realm of creativity, I know a lot of you are probably really into games, and probably even have worked on a few of them. I decided to make a nice list of a lot of the games mentioned or announced this past week at the E3 conference, so you can stay up to date, whether or not you followed it.

Need For Speed Hot Pursuit

Developed by EA, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit will be available November 16, 2010 and is available for pre-order. You can find the official site and the E3 reveal trailer is after the jump.

Dead Space 2

By EA AND Visceral Games, Dead Space 2 has an awesome trailer after the jump at the official site, and is due out January 25, 2011.

Medal of Honor

Check out the official site of EA's Medal of Honor and look at all the different trailers. You can play the multiplayer beta June 21, and the full version comes out October 12, 2010

Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam

Due to be released this winter, there is a currently only a very short trailer for this on the Battlefield blog.

EA Gun Club

Gun Club is a new site and feature with EA Games where you can join and get early access to beta releases, guns, codes and things like that... Check out the trailer here.

EA Sports MMA

This is one of the coolest fight games to hit in a long time from EA Sports. It is due out October 19, 2010 and it is coming with a feature called Live Broadcast (below).

EA Sports LIVE Broadcast

Live Broadcast is actually a new thing that EA is going to be doing which lets you compete against other gamers, win prizes, and even have real commentators call fights! Right now, it is only being used for MMA, but who knows for the future?

EA Active 2

The sequel to the popular Wii game, Active 2 will be available for wii as well as the new Microsoft Kinect. It will be available on November 11, 2010. Check out the press conference segment here

Madden NFL 11

The Sims 3

Crysis 2

Call of Duty Black Ops

Metal Gear Solid: Rising

Halo Reach

Fable III

Crackdown 2

Gears of War 3

Codename: Kingdoms

Microsoft Kinect for XBOX 360


Star Wars The Old Republic

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

Shaun White Skateboarding

Battle Tag


Rayman Origins

Motion Sports

Raving Rabbids Travel in Time

Ghost Recon Future Soldier

Driver San Francisco

Project DUST

Mania Planet

Scott Pilgrim VS The World

Child of Eden

Grease The Game

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Mario Sports Mix

Wii Party

Just Dance 2

Golden Sun Dark Dawn

Goldeneye 007

Disney Epic Mickey

Kirby's Epic Yarn

Metroid Other M

Donkey Kong Country Returns

Nintendo 3DS

Kid Icarus Uprising

Dragonquest 9

Killzone 3

Playstation Move


Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11

Heroes on the Move

Metal Gear Solid Peacewalker

God of War Ghost of Sparta

Little Big Planet 2

Portal 2

Final Fantasy XIV

Mafia II

Gran Tursimo 5

Infamous 2

Twisted Metal

The Conduit 2

APB: All Points Bulletin

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2

Motorstorm Apocalypse

Star Wars The Force Unleashed II

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow


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