[E3 2009] SouthPeak’s E3 Lineup


Sadly, it looks like it’ll be pretty slim pickins at the SouthPeak E3 booth. A lot of casual stuff for the Wii that could be kinda fun, but nothing that’s going to grab anyone’s attention at a show like E3. I mean, where the hell are Edge of Twilight and Two Worlds: The Temptation? Those are the SouthPeak games I really want to see!

Section 8 appears to be SouthPeak’s centerpiece, but I’m afraid it’s just going to get lost in the FPS shuffle, what with Modern Warfare 2, BioShock 2 and Halo 3: ODST, among others, set to dominate the show.

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Section 8™ (Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft & Windows PC – August 2009)
Section 8™ is a large-scale, sci-fi first person shooter where fast-paced action meets military strategy in the far reaches of the galaxy. Join the epic battle between the 8th Armored Infantry and the Arm of Orion by taking part in fierce combat across varied alien worlds. Choose the experience you want to play by customizing your own equipment loadouts, and dynamically manipulate the flow of combat with on-demand vehicle requisitions, strategic asset deliveries, and Dynamic Combat Missions.

On a completely player-driven and dynamic battlefield, no two games of Section 8™ will ever play the same.

Roogoo™ Twisted Towers (Wii™ – Summer 2009)
The deceivingly simple addictive gameplay has players rotating floating platforms to allow different shaped meteors to pass through safely. The fast paced action requires quick reflexes to navigate obstacles and complete more than 100 levels over 10 distinct environments. Elements like puzzle boss fights, living environments, full-game co-op, and four player party play provide something for both casual and hardcore gamers.

Fast Food Panic™ (Nintendo DS™, Wii™ – Fall 2009)
Create the best restaurant in the world by cooking up yummy dishes, making your customers happy, greeting them when they stop by, and keeping your restaurant squeaky clean in this vibrant and fast-paced restaurant simulation game. A top-quality restaurant takes a lot of work, and your waitress will need help—keep the place clean, make deliveries, ring up customers, and more. Also features three difficulty levels, over 10 additional cooking mini-games, and Free Mode to replay completed levels and try for the top score.

Raven Squad™ (Xbox 360® & Windows PC – Fall 2009)
Raven Squad™ is a tactical action game set in the Amazonian jungles, and blends a first person shooter (FPS) experience with the command and overview advantages of a real-time strategy (RTS) game. Players can solve each mission situation using a combination of the two genres on their own or cooperatively with a friend. Also, they always have the ability to switch between six different characters with their own unique background, personalities, behaviors, weapons and skills.

Brave: A Warrior’s Tale™ (Xbox 360® & Wii™ – Summer 2009)
Set in the fantastic world of Native America, Brave: A Warrior’s Tale™ lets players take on the role of Courage and experience Brave’s legendary adventures. There are over fifteen varied levels, from lush forests to desert plains and even a spirit world, for Courage to explore. With the ability to possess different animals and acquire new skills, Brave offers a memorable experience for gamers of all ages.

Sushi Go Round™ (Wii™ & Nintendo DS™ – Fall 2009)
Sushi Go Round™ has been played more than 60 million times from Miniclip and these updated versions build on the addictive eat-‘em-up action of the original. You’re responsible for running your very own sushi restaurant, which means memorizing recipes, preparing food, ordering fresh ingredients and – most importantly – working hard to keep the stream of customers happy. But watch out because miserable food critics and demanding bosses, who need constant feeding, could ruin your chances of becoming a world famous sushi chef.

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