Sega Looks To Have a Great Showing Set For Next Week’s E3
The third party developer with the largest offering and presence at next week’s E3 could be Sega. The owners and caretakers of our blue hedgehog friend, Sonic, have a pretty hefty offering to show off in the sunny state of California. A lot of the titles look and sound pretty promising (based on the available related information,) which is nice.
The lengthy list is available in its full glory below. Needless to say, we’re pretty excited to see what our friends at Sega have to show us.
– Aliens: Colonial Marines (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC) – Launch Date: Spring 2012
– Anarchy Reigns (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) – Launch Date: January 2012
– Binary Domain (Xbox 360 , PlayStation 3) – Launch Date: Early 2012
– Captain America: Super Soldier (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS) – Launch Date: (US) July 19; (EU) July, 15, 2011; 3DS in Fall 2011
– CRUSH3D (Nintendo 3DS) – Launch Date: (US) September 6, (EU) September 9, 2011
– Guardian Heroes (Xbox Live Arcade) – Launch Date: Late Summer 2011
– House of the Dead: Overkill Extended Cut (PlayStation Move for PlayStation 3) – Launch Date: (US) October 25, (EU) October 28, 2011
– Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Wii, Nintendo 3DS) – Launch Date: November 2011 (Wii), February 2012 (Nintendo 3DS)
– Renegade Ops (Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, PC digital download) – Launch Date: 2011
– Rise of Nightmares (Kinect for Xbox 360) – Launch Date: TBA
– SEGA Rally Online Arcade (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) – Launch Date: Out Now on Xbox Live Arcade, Coming Soon on PlayStation Network)
– Shinobi (Nintendo 3DS) – Launch Date: September 2011
– Sonic Generations (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS) – Launch Date: Holiday 2011
If you’re planning to be in the Los Angeles area next Wednesday, June 8, you might as well stop by the 20th birthday bash that Sega is throwing for its quick little blue mascot. It’s going to take place at 6:00 pm PDT at Club Nokia. The party is open to the public and Sonic Generations will be previewed there, so what’s stopping you?