Shadow the Hedgehog leads pack of titles to be shown by Sega; Condemned: Criminal Origins and Full Auto for Xbox 360 among them.
Sega of America, Inc. announced its E3 lineup today. The company will be showing off games for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, PSP, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, PC, and Microsoft's recently revealed Xbox 360.
The Xbox 360 will see two Sega titles: Condemned: Criminal Origins, a first-person shooter in which players track down a serial killer, and Full Auto, a vehicular combat game with explosions and shattering vehicles. Both games will be shown for the first time at E3.
On the first day of the show, Wednesday, May 18, Sega says it will update the industry on news of the next Sonic game. Also appearing on the show floor will be two retro classics. Gunstar Super Heroes for GBA will be shown, as will Shining Force Neo, the most recent PS2 revision of the classic role-playing series.
A full list of Sega's E3 lineup is as follows:
Condemned: Criminal Origins (Xbox 360)
Full Auto (Xbox 360)
Spartan: Total Warrior (PS2, Xbox, GameCube)
Shadow the Hedgehog (PS2, Xbox, GameCube)
Virtua Tennis: World Tour (PSP)
Phantasy Star Universe (PS2, PC)
NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005 (PC)
Gunstar Super Heroes (Game Boy Advance)
Shining Force Neo (PS2)
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