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Military Games to Be Highlighted at E3 - Includes Trailers

The Seattle Times is offering up a piece focused on military games that will be making their debut at this year's E3 expo.
Some game highlights according to the article written by Brier Dudley:

"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3," a hyper-realistic, international action thriller that's likely to be the biggest title shown at E3.

"Gears of War": Several new Xbox titles are expected to be unveiled at Microsoft's news conference next Monday, along with the latest version of its "Gears of War" franchise.

"Ghost Recon": Game bloggers recently spotted a Kinect-enabled version of the new "Ghost Recon" game, so perhaps Microsoft will start showing how the sensor works with more hard-core games. The company also is going to present the Kinect-enabled, high-fidelity "Forza 3" racing game.

"Wipeout in the Zone": A Kinect game coming this summer based on the TV show where people jump around a slippery obstacle course.

"inFamous 2": A new edition of the superhero title created by Bellevue's Sucker Punch Productions. This time its bike-messenger hero battles bad guys in a spooky, stylized version of New Orleans.

"Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception": A movielike adventure franchise that's one of the best PS3 exclusives, and "Journey," a stylish desert-exploration game from the studio that created the gorgeous "Flower," released in 2009.

"Assassin's Creed": New version of the Ubisoft franchise, this time set in Constantinople circa 1511.

"Rocksmith": A new take on the aging guitar-game genre that uses an actual electric guitar. Using a special cable, you plug the guitar into the console as if it were an amplifier. Players learn to play the real thing by matching chords on the screen.

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