Exhaustive list of games
Electronic Arts Inc. today unveiled the games it will
feature at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles
Convention Center July 15 – 17. The games -- scheduled to ship on
multiple platforms in 2008 and early 2009 – include riveting graphics,
deep stories and online, socially connected experiences. EA’s portfolio
covers many genres and platforms for core gamers and new players alike.
Veteran players will love the feature innovations in our core titles;
new players – women, young people and adults – will have a wide
selection of highly accessible games like MySims Kingdom, LITTLEST PET
SHOP and FaceBreaker™ a new arcade-style boxing game from the new EA
SPORTS Freestyle brand.
“EA’s 2008 lineup is our best ever,” said EA CEO John Riccitiello. “This is the year that our core franchises leap forward with stunning innovation and we introduce more brand new games than any other year in our history. Sports lovers will compete in an all new holographic mode in Madden NFL 09 and experience the online evolution of their players in NBA LIVE 09. Action fans will be able to destroy everything in sight in Mercenaries 2 and be scared witless in our new Sci-Fi horror title Dead Space. We’ve got casual family titles like LITTLEST PET SHOP and genre-defying experiences like Mirror’s Edge and Spore. EA has never offered consumers a stronger, more innovative and diverse line up of new games.”
“EA’s 2008 lineup includes titles that are going to change how people purchase, play and socialize in games,” said EA COO John Pleasants. “Spore – scheduled for release in September – can be experienced as a single player or in an online social network that will form its own galaxy. Battlefield Heroes brings comic-styled warfare together with multi-player fun in the first free-to-play First Person Shooter. MySims PC brings multi-player interaction to the universe of MySims. Warhammer Online promises realm-versus-realm gameplay, unique in the scale and consequence thousands of players can experience together in a game. These games are great examples of the many titles that will allow consumers to interact with their friends and with EA’s content in new ways that bridge the gap between games and social networks.”
EA will kick off its E3 presence with a press conference hosted by CEO John Riccitiello, and spotlighting many of the creative leaders as well as featuring new titles from EA.
The complete line-up of titles on display at E3 by location at the Los Angeles Convention Center includes: