Sony PS3 Launch Game Line-Up Announced

Oct 20 2006, 3:00am CDT | by , in News | Gaming

Sony PS3 Launch Game Line-Up Announced
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Sony announces the official Sony PS3 launch games for the United States. 21 Playstation 3 games are listed. Gran Turismo HD is missing.

Sony says most PS3 games will sell for $60.

“We are pioneering a new era of true next-generation gaming through such titles as Resistance: Fall of Man™, a visually arresting game that takes advantage of the large storage capacity and exceptional visual clarity offered by Blu-ray Disc™ (BD); and NBA 07, running at full 1080p for the highest resolution image possible, creating hyper-realistic characters and game play never seen before.” said Kaz Hirai, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America.

See the full Sony PS3 Launch list below. Sony PS3 Launch Games in U.S.:

SCEA Launch Titles
Resistance: Fall of Man
NBA 07
Genji: Days of the Blade™

Third Party PS3 Games:
Blazing AngelsSquadrons of WWII Ubisoft
Call of Duty 3 Activision
EA Sports Fight Night Round 3 Electronic Arts
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Bethesda Softworks
F.E.A.R. Vivendi Universal Games
Full Auto 2: Battlelines Sega
Madden NFL 07 Electronic Arts
Mobile Suit Gundam: CROSSFIRE NAMCO BANDAI Games
NBA 2K7 2K Sports
Need For Speed Carbon Electronic Arts
NHL 2K7 2K Sports
RIDGE RACER 7 NAMCO BANDAI Games  (photo above)
Sonic the Hedgehog Sega
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07 Electronic Arts
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas Ubisoft
Tony Hawk’s Project 8 Activision
Untold Legends Dark Kingdom Sony Online Entertainment

More Sony PS3 offers.

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