The rest of Sega's E3 2007 lineup: Xbox 360, PS3, and PC
Going into further detail on Sega's immensely diverse E3 offerings.
Talk about expanding your horizons--Sega has an incredibly diverse lineup at this year's E3 convention. We've already covered what's in store for Nintendo, so now let's take a look at what we can expect for the other consoles.
When the Xbox 360 launched in November of 2005, the horror action game Condemned: Criminal Origins was regarded as one of the top launch titles to go along with the new console. At this year's E3, Sega will show off the sequel, entitled Condemned 2: Bloodshot, set to release for the Xbox 360 and PS3 in February 2008.
Sega Rally Revo promises never-before-seen terrain deformation thanks to the game's GeoDeformation technology. Revo is an arcade-style racer that has you battle it out across various different tracks that all have their own unique characteristics, climate, and geography. Sega Rally Revo will be out this fall for PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, and PC.
New to Sega's arsenal is a game called The Club, a unique third-person shooter in which players must fight to the death--all at the will of the upper-class elitists who gamble on their survival. Xbox 360, PS3, and PC gamers can expect to play The Club this winter.
Rounding out the rest of the lineup is Virtua Fighter 5 for Xbox 360 (PS3 owners have been able to enjoy this since February), Universe at War: Earth Assault (October for PC and early 2008 for Xbox 360), Space Siege (PC, 2008), and a couple of movie-licensed games--Iron Man and The Golden Compass (both multiplatform).