2003 Fall College Tour kicks off

EA, Eidos, Midway, Ubisoft, and the US Army go back to school with Game Live's video game 2003 Fall College Tour


Game Live Events is about to kick off a 17-stop Fall College Tour, beginning today at Cornell University and ending October 20 at the University of Southern California. The event's Spring College Tour attracted more than 20,000 gamers on 13 campuses across the US, the company said.

Tour attendees will be entitled to play more than 20 recently released and upcoming game demos via a 50-screen "GamePort" system. Admission is free and gameplay is unlimited.

The tour schedule and current list of playable games (platforms unspecified), according to Game Live Events, is as follows:

Friday, September 12: Cornell University
Saturday, September 13: Penn State
Monday, September 15: Temple University
Tuesday, September 16: University of Delaware
Thursday, September 18: University of Maryland
Saturday, September 20: University of Virginia
Tuesday, September 23: Eastern Carolina University
Wednesday, September 24: Georgia State
Thursday, September 25: University of Memphis
Tuesday, September 30: Louisiana State University
Monday, October 6: University of Kentucky
Tuesday, October 7: Ohio State University
Wednesday, October 8: Marshall University (West Virginia)
Friday, October 10: Central Michigan University
Saturday, October 11: Illinois State
Tuesday, October 14: University of Kansas
Monday, October 20: USC

EA Sports
NBA Live 2004
Rugby 2004
NHL 2004
Madden NFL 2004
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004
NASCAR Thunder 2004
NCAA Football 2004
FIFA Soccer 2004

EA Sports BIG
NFL Street
NBA Street Vol. 2

EA Games
Need for Speed Underground
Freedom Fighters
The Sims

Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home
Legacy of Kain: Defiance

NFL Blitz Pro
NHL Hitz Pro
Spy Hunter 2

Midway Sports
NFL Blitz Pro
NHL Hitz Pro

Prince of Persia
Beyond Good & Evil
Rainbow Six 3
Ghost Recon: Jungle Storm
Ghost Recon: Island Thunder
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

US Army
America's Army

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