Sega announced several new game titles that it will present at the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles this month. SEGA will feature titles for the Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 3, PC and Nintendo DS. Following is a list of the titles.
Aliens vs. Predator (Xbox 360, PS 3, PC) Releases early 2010.
The next-gen version of the first-person-shooter franchise comes from the developer of the series' first title, featuring three species fighting for supremacy on the battlefield.
Alpha Protocol (Xbox 360, PS 3, PC) Releases October.
Enter the world of international espionage in Obsidian Entertainment's modern-day spy role-playing game. Gamers assume the role of Michael Thorton and must use their strength, skills and smarts to survive the rigors and dangers of being an international spy.
BAYONETTA (Xbox 360, PS 3) Releases late 2009.
Developed by PlatinumGames, the creators of MadWorld on Wii, this game lets players assume the role of the seductive Bayonetta and use a variety of weapons and combat skills to dispatch her angelic enemies.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (Wii, Nintendo DS) Releases October.
Mario and Sonic are hitting the slopes with their friends in head-to-head competition for international glory and gold in celebration of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.
Planet 51 (Xbox 360, PS 3, Wii, Nintendo DS) Releases in the fall.
The official video game for Ilion Studio's and Sony Pictures' new animated feature film takes audiences to Planet 51 to witness an alien invasion of the human kind. Developed by Pyro Studios, the game is set on an alien planet visited by a bumbling U.S. astronaut.
The Conduit (Wii) Releases June 23.
Enter the world of alien conspiracy and government cover-ups in this title, developed by High Voltage Software exclusively for Wii. It features 12-player multiplayer competition with an assortment of game modes.
Vancouver 2010—The Official Video Game of the Olympic Winter Games (Xbox 360, PS 3, PC) Releases January 2010.
This title features several winter sports events, real-life Olympic venues and online multiplayer competition.