Non-Disney E3 Games of Interest round up from IGN

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Non-Disney E3 Games of Interest round up from IGN

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Non-Disney E3 Games of Interest round up from IGN

As a companion to my Disney Game round-up, here's a number of games I've picked out as being of interest on the Non-Disney front. Of course, my selection is purely personal.

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse
PS2, Cube, Xbox, PC

Wario Ware: Twisted
GBA

Viewtiful Joe DS
DS

Ultimate Spider-Man
PC, PS2, Cube, Xbox

The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
PS2, Cube, Xbox

Teen Titans
GBA, Xbox, Cube, PS2

Star Wars Battlefront II
PSP, PS2, PC, Xbox

Shadow The Hedgehog
Cube, PS2, Xbox

Scooby Doo Unmasked!
DS, GBA, Xbox, PS2, Cube

Resident Evil 4
PS2

Pokemon XD: Gale Of Darkness
Cube

Pokemon Emerald
GBA

Midway Arcade Treasures 3
PS2, Xbox, Cube

Metroid Prime: Hunters
DS

Marvel Nemesis: The Rise of the Imperfects
PSP, Xbox, PS2, Cube

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
GBA, PC, DS, Cube, Xbox, PS2, PSP

Gauntlet Seven Sorrows
PS2, Xbox, PC

Capcom Classics Collection
Cube, PS2, Xbox

And of course, my pick of the show:

Brady Bunch Kung Fu
Phone

I'm not one to play the system wars card, but its been a strong turnout for all manufacturers. The number of original Xbox games seem to be a little lacking compared to last year, but the Xbox still is a strong platform, and all of the multi-sytem titles should be better on the Xbox.

If I had to pick a winner this year, I would say Nintendo. They by far have the best selection of games. However, they do have more systems than any other manufacturer and it could be argued that they are revamping too many of their old franchises rather than truely innovate with original games.

The second half of 2005 looks like being a good year for gaming!
Most of my Blu-ray collection some of my UK discs aren't on their database
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