By Amanda L. Kondolojy
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SEGA should have a very interesting showing at this year's E3 with upcoming titles like MadWorld and Samba de Amigo receiving some pretty hot pre-release buzz.
Sony has had a pretty killer year so far with the release of Metal Gear Solid 4 and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue, but it was not without its hiccups (Haze, anyone?). With exclusive mega-titles Resistance 2 and Killzone 2 in the works as well as the full Gran Turismo 5 and Little Big Planet still on the horizon, we'll see what Sony can pull out of its hat this year.
Although Square Enix has been fairly quiet on Final Fantasy XIII as well as counterpart Final Fantasy XIII: Versus, many are hoping Square Enix will make some big announcements regarding these titles. Square Enix is also expected to reveal the new DS port of Chrono Trigger, the new handheld Kingdom Hearts titles, as well as the Final Fantasy mash-up title, Final Fantasy: Dissidia.
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Sure, GTA IV may have been released, but Take-Two will probably have some fairly interesting titles to show this year including Bioshock for the PS3, the follow-up to The Darkness, and Midnight Club: Los Angeles.
THQ will also have quite a few games ready for E3 including Darksiders: Wrath of War, the newest Smackdown vs. Raw title, and the deliciously off-beat de Blob.
Ubisoft is poised to make a very eclectic showing at this year's E3. On the one hand you've got the refreshingly fun and insane Rayman: Raving Rabbids: TV Party and on the other you have the strong and silent Prince of Persia. Of course, we can't forget the Tom Clancy offerings, which include EndWar and H.A.W.X.