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Capcom's E3 Games Lineup

Eagerly looking forward to this one:

http://www.capcom-unity.com/kramez/blog/2009/05/06/capcom_and_you_at_e3_2009

E3 -- aka the Electronic Entertainment Expo -- is fast approaching. "What's that?" you may ask. "Why the hell should I care?" you may shrug. If you had either of these responses, you've accidentally come to Capcom Unity on the way to finding either sports scores or porn or both, so move right along, quit wasting our bandwidth. For the rest of ya, you know exactly what this means: crazy amounts of games invading the LA Convention Center from June 2 through the 4th.

Now, onto the even better news: some of you will be hanging out with us at the show! Last year, we hosted 30 members of Capcom Unity at out teeny-tiny E3 booth and we'll be doing the same this year. If you live in the greater Los Angeles area or plan on being there on June 4th, watch Unity over the coming weeks to find out how you can score a pass to the show, meet Seth, Shawn, Christian and I and hang out in our massive 5,000 sq.ft. booth in order to check out our upcoming games long before they're available. You're welcome!

At the show, Capcom will be focusing on the following games:

Dark Void (PS3, 360, PC)

Lost Planet 2 (currently 360, PC)

Dead Rising 2 (will be "behind closed doors")

Spyborgs (Wii)

Resident Evil Darkside Chronicles (Wii)

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite (PSP)

Marvel vs Capcom 2 (digital release for PS3, 360)

Fate Unlimited Codes (digital PSP release)

Street Fighter IV (PC)

Bionic Commando (PC)

Mega Man Star Force 3 (DS)

Resident Evil Archives: Resident Evil (Wii)

Capcom Mystery Game #1 (playable in booth!)

Capcom Mystery Game #2 (announced at a press conference!)

plus games from Capcom's mobile group, Capcom Interactive!

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