Activision E3 Line-Up.

Posted: May 28 2009, 4:10pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:36pm CDT, in News | E3

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So, we already know that Activision is going to be unveiling the new Tony Hawk game at E3 this year. Now the rest of their line-up has been announced, and we've got a whole list of upcoming titles to geek out over. In addition to the badass skateboard controller, we've got;

1. Modern Warfare 2.

2. DJ Hero.

3. Guitar Hero 5.

4. Tony Hawk: Ride.

5. Blur.

6. Singularity.

7. Prototype.

8. Wolfenstein.

9. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

10. Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2.

There are a lot of cool titles on this list, and I am extremely excited to see DJ Hero hit the streets. I doubt it'll be able to capture quite the same frenzy that Guitar Hero and Rock Band have, but it's got a really great premise, and the Japanese version of the game is fantastic. Wolfenstein is another upcoming Activision title that is going to make big waves. The prior games in the series have alternated between ground-breaking and tired, and I'm hopeful this one will lean towards 'ground-breaking'.

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