PDA

View Full Version : 86 Xbox 360 Titles by the end of 2006



mor911
02-03-2006, 09:53 PM
A group of baboons at IGN (sorry, i hate IGN) came up with a list of 360 games to be launched in 06. Some don't seem too likel, but here it is:



Halo 3: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Microsoft, developed by Bungie Software
EA Sports Fight Night Round 3: (Sports) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Chicago
Gears of War: (Third-Person Shooter) Published by Microsoft, developed by Epic Games
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: (RPG) Published by Bethesda Softworks and 2K Games, developed by Bethesda Softworks
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter: (Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft
Full Auto: (Racing Action) Published by SEGA, developed by Pseudo Interactive
Final Fantasy XI: (Persistent Online RPG) Published by Square Enix, developed by Square Enix
Prey: (First-Person Shooter) Published by 2K Games, developed by Human Head Studios and 3D Realms
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by Digital Illusions CE (DICE)
Dead Rising: (Third-Person Action) Published by Capcom, developed by Capcom Production Studio 1
Rumble Roses XX: (Wrestling) Published by Konami, developed by Yuke's Media Creations
Burnout Revenge: (Racing) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by Criterion Games
Top Spin 2: (Sports) Published by 2K Sports, developed by Indie Built
Lost Odyssey: (RPG) Published by Microsoft, developed by Mistwalker
The Outfit: (Third-Person Action) Published by THQ, developed by Relic
Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball 2: (Sports) Published by Tecmo, developed by Team Ninja
Lost Planet: (Action) Published by Capcom, developed by Capcom
Jade Empire 2 (Rumored) : (Real-Time RPG) Published by *TBA, developed by BioWare
Major League Baseball 2K6: (Sports) Published by 2K Sports, developed by Kush Games
NHL 06: (Sports) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Canada
College Hoops 2K6: (Sports) Published by 2K Sports, developed by Visual Concepts
Street Fighter II Hyper Fighting: (Fighting) Published by Capcom, developed by Capcom
The Godfather: (Third-Person Action Adventure) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Redwood Shores
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent: (Action) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Montreal
Tomb Raider: Legend: (Third-Person Action Adventure) Published by Eidos Interactive, developed by Crystal Dynamics
Too Human: (Adventure) Published by Microsoft, developed by Silicon Knights
The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II: (Real-Time Strategy) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Los Angeles
Saint's Row: (Action) Published by THQ, developed by Volition
Chromehounds: (Action Simulation) Published by SEGA, developed by FromSoftware
NBA 2K7: (Sports) Published by 2K Sports, developed by Visual Concepts
Far Cry Instincts Predator: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Montreal
Frame City Killer: (Action Adventure) Published by Namco, developed by Namco
Test Drive Unlimited: (Persistent Online Racing) Published by Atari, developed by Eden Studios
TimeShift: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Atari, developed by Saber Interactive
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Collector's Edition: (RPG) Published by Bethesda Softworks, developed by Bethesda Softworks
HoopWorld: (Action) developed by Streamline Studios
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII: (Flight Action) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Romania
Alan Wake: (Action) developed by Remedy
The Darkness: (Action) Published by *TBA, developed by Starbreeze AB
Dynasty Warriors 5 Special: (Action) Published by KOEI, developed by KOEI
Star Trek: Legacy: (Action) Published by Bethesda Softworks, developed by Mad Doc Software
Superman Returns: The Videogame: (Third-Person Action) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by Tiburon
Medal of Honor: Airborne: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by
Scarface: The World is Yours: (Action) Published by Vivendi Universal Games, developed by Radical Entertainment
Sonic the Hedgehog [next gen]: (Platformer) Published by SEGA, developed by Sonic Team
Crackdown: (Action) Published by Microsoft, developed by Real Time Worlds
Unreal Tournament 2007: (Shooter) Published by Midway Games, developed by Epic Games
Brothers in Arms 3: (Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Gearbox Software
Football Manager 2006: (Sports Simulation) Published by SEGA, developed by Sports Interactive (SI Interactive)
Castle Wolfenstein [untitled sequel]: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Activision, developed by Raven Software
Moto GP 2006: (Racing) Published by THQ, developed by Climax Studios
Killing Day: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by
Huxley: (Persistent Online Shooter) Published by Webzen, developed by Webzen
Winning Eleven [working title]: (Sports) Published by Konami, developed by Konami
House of the Dead: (Shooter) Published by SEGA, developed by *TBA
Captain Blood: (Action Adventure) Published by Playlogic International, developed by Akella
After Burner: (Flight Action) Published by SEGA, developed by *TBA
Monster Madness: (Action) developed by Artificial Studios and IMMERSION Software & Graphics
Soulcalibur [next-gen sequel]: (Fighting) Published by Namco, developed by Namco
Alone in the Dark: (Adventure) Published by Atari, developed by Eden Studios
211: (Action) Published by *TBA, developed by Gaia Industries
Theseis: (Adventure) Published by *TBA, developed by Track7 Games
SSX 4: (Sports Action) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by Electronic Arts
WarDevil -- Unleash the Beast Within: (Action) developed by Digi-Guys
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest: (Action) Published by Buena Vista Games, developed by Eurocom
Fear & Respect: (Action) Published by Midway Games, developed by Edge of Reality
Dirty Harry: (Action) Published by Warner Bros. Interactive, developed by The Collective
Stranglehold: (Third-Person Action Adventure) Published by Midway Games, developed by Midway Games
DogTag: (Action) Published by Digital Jesters, developed by Diezel Power Studios
RoboBlitz: (Action) developed by Naked Sky Entertainment
KnightBlade - Final Flight: (Action) Published by *TBA, developed by 3000AD
Diabolique: License to Sin: (Third-Person Action) Published by Playlogic International, developed by Metropolis Software House
1XR: (Racing Action) Published by *TBA, developed by Infinite Games
Highlander: (Action) Published by SCi Entertainment Group, developed by
Conflict: Global Terror 2: (Shooter) Published by 2K Games, developed by Pivotal Games
Total Overdose 2: (Action) Published by SCi Entertainment Group, developed by
Mutant Storm 2: (Action) Published by Microsoft, developed by PomPom
Project Delta: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Playlogic International, developed by Playlogic International
Tracer: (Action) Published by *TBA, developed by Gaia Industries
Retribution (2006) : (Shooter) Published by *TBA, developed by U-235 Studios
Voodoo Nights: (Action) Published by *TBA, developed by Mindware
Interview with a Made Man: (Third-Person Action Adventure) Published by *TBA, developed by SilverBack Studios
Mad Tracks: (Racing) developed by Load Inc.
James Bond 007 (Rumored) : (Action) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by
Spark Unlimited Next-Gen Project [untitled]: Published by Atari, developed by Spark Unlimited
Urban Chaos: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Eidos Interactive, developed by Rocksteady StudiosThat's a lot of games.... Wonder how much of 'em are true, and how many of 'em are built in the IGN hype machine.... :confused:

RAS25
02-03-2006, 10:11 PM
Halo 3: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Microsoft, developed by Bungie Software
EA Sports Fight Night Round 3: (Sports) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Chicago
Gears of War: (Third-Person Shooter) Published by Microsoft, developed by Epic Games
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: (RPG) Published by Bethesda Softworks and 2K Games, developed by Bethesda Softworks
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter: (Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft
Final Fantasy XI: (Persistent Online RPG) Published by Square Enix, developed by Square Enix
Battlefield 2: Modern Combat: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by Digital Illusions CE (DICE)
Jade Empire 2 (Rumored) : (Real-Time RPG) Published by *TBA, developed by BioWare
Major League Baseball 2K6: (Sports) Published by 2K Sports, developed by Kush Games
NHL 06: (Sports) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by EA Canada
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent: (Action) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Montreal
Tomb Raider: Legend: (Third-Person Action Adventure) Published by Eidos Interactive, developed by Crystal Dynamics
Too Human: (Adventure) Published by Microsoft, developed by Silicon Knights
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Collector's Edition: (RPG) Published by Bethesda Softworks, developed by Bethesda Softworks
Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII: (Flight Action) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Romania
Medal of Honor: Airborne: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Electronic Arts, developed by
Unreal Tournament 2007: (Shooter) Published by Midway Games, developed by Epic Games
Brothers in Arms 3: (Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Gearbox Software
Conflict: Global Terror 2: (Shooter) Published by 2K Games, developed by Pivotal Games

those are enough to occupy me for a while.GR and SC: DA is the main reason ill buy a 360 but that seems like a nice list of games.(still wish they made NFL 2ks:boohoo: )

nevadadolfan
02-04-2006, 03:54 AM
Hey the Mor - I know this is off topic a bit but why you no like IGN? I know there are a ton of gaming sites out there, but IGN is pretty much the one I usually visit and I always thought they were good. Just curious as to why you dont like them, and who you do like to read.

PeaTearGriffin
02-04-2006, 05:32 AM
Winning Eleven [working title]: (Sports) Published by Konami, developed by Konami

awesome!!!:D the best soccer game...oh and i really don't think halo 3 will be done this year

mor911
02-04-2006, 10:55 AM
Hey the Mor - I know this is off topic a bit but why you no like IGN? I know there are a ton of gaming sites out there, but IGN is pretty much the one I usually visit and I always thought they were good. Just curious as to why you dont like them, and who you do like to read.
IGN seems to love building conflict and hype for no reason. IMO their game scores are always biased and flawed, and they just over hype stuff.

Say this list fro insance. How much do you wanna bet half of this stuff doesn't make it out. They have no reason to put these games on here. They're just making up a cool list to fuel the hype machine and be the "first site to drop the story"

Prime
02-04-2006, 11:10 AM
Where is my Madden 2007 and NBA Live 2007?

Motion
02-04-2006, 11:28 AM
The Outfit: (Third-Person Action) Published by THQ, developed by Relic
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent: (Action) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Montreal
Saint's Row: (Action) Published by THQ, developed by Volition
Far Cry Instincts Predator: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by Ubisoft Montreal
Frame City Killer: (Action Adventure) Published by Namco, developed by Namco
Killing Day: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Ubisoft, developed by
After Burner: (Flight Action) Published by SEGA, developed by *TBA
Urban Chaos: (First-Person Shooter) Published by Eidos Interactive, developed by Rocksteady StudiosVery Nice lineup. Hopefully most of those will be cross platform.