E3 2007: Midway Unveils E3 Lineup

Midway has revealed its game lineup set to be showcased at this week’s E3 Business & Media Summit, a diverse portfolio of titles consisting of proven brands, kid’s games and all-new IPs.

“Our 2007 E3 lineup truly reflects our product strategy to develop top quality titles in a wide range of genres across all major platforms,” said David F. Zucker, president and CEO, Midway. “With exciting next generation games such as Stranglehold and proven brands like Mortal Kombat, along with games for the younger market and handhelds, this is Midway’s most diverse and strongest line up yet.”

Midway’s E3 lineup includes the following:

– Stranglehold (PS3, Xbox 360, PC; August)

– BlackSite: Area 51 (PS3, Xbox 360, PC; September)

– Unreal Tournament 3 (PC; Fall)

– Ultimate Mortal Kombat (Nintendo DS; November)

– Cruis’n (Wii; November)

– Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (PS2; October)

– Game Party (Wii; November)

– Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends: Imagination Invaders (Nintendo DS; November)

– The Wheelman (PS3, Xbox 360, PC; Winter)

– TNA iMPACT! (PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, PlayStation 2; Spring)

– The Bee Game (Nintendo DS, GBA; November)

– Hour of Victory (PC; Fall)

– The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar (PC; Now Available)

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