E3 2011 games list for EA, THQ and Ubisoft

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With E3 2011 kicking off in just over 24 hours we thought we would remind some of you of some of the biggest games which popular publishers and developers will be showing off during the expo, today we will look at what the EA, THQ and Ubisoft press conferences should show.

As usual EA has lots to get through, according to IGN Electronic Arts should shows us Battlefield 3, FIFA Soccer 12, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, Madden NFL 12, Mass Effect 3, NCAA Football 12, NHL 12, Need for Speed: The Run, SSX, Star Wars: The Old Republic and The Sims 3: Generations. When you take into account the amount of platforms these games are coming to and the limited editions which they have planned it is safe to say that EA will have a busy few days.

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There will be a lot of interest surround THQ during the expo, we have already heard how UFC Undisputed 3 will make an appearance, but there are lots of other games which will get the spotlight treatment to. IGN say that MX vs. ATV Alive, Margaritaville Online, Metro 2033: Last Light, Red Faction: Armageddon, Saints Row: The Third, UFC Personal Trainer: The Ultimate Fitness System, WWE ’12, Warhammer 40,000: (Dark Millennium Online, Kill Team and Space Marine) and finally uDraw Studio: Instant Artist will all make an appearance, we wonder whether there are any other surprises in store for us.

The Ubisoft E3 2011 conference should be worth keeping an eye on to, certain titles which will undoubtedly grab people’s attention include Assassin’s Creed Revelations, Driver: San Francisco and Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, whilst Rayman Origins should also bring back some fond memories. Other games which will attract interest include Call of Juarez: The Cartel, From Dust, Rocksmith, The Adventures of TinTin and Trackmania2: Canyon.

The games from these publishers alone should be more than enough to keep most people satisfied throughout the week’s never-ending list of press conferences, which of the games mentioned in the post will you be keeping a close eye on?