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City Interactive's E3 2010 Lineup

by Rainier on June 10, 2010 @ 9:46 a.m. PDT

City Interactive has revealed its lineup of titles that it will have on display at the 2010 E3 Expo taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 15 - 17, 2010, such as Sniper: Ghost Warrior, Combat Wings: The Great Battles of WWII, and a slew of NDS tiitles.

“Thanks in part to the overwhelming reception of Sniper: Ghost Warrior within the industry, retailers and consumers, 2010 has already been an exciting year for us,” said Marek Tymiński, CEO of City Interactive.  “As we continue to broaden our platform offerings and grow our presence throughout North America, we hope to meet with IP owners and development houses whose content is a fit for our portfolio.”

Highlighted by playable versions of the company’s first next-gen titles, Sniper: Ghost Warrior (Xbox 360/PC), and Combat Wings: The Great Battles of WWII (Wii), City Interactive is also featuring the following Nintendo DS titles:

  • Crime Lab: Body of Evidence - a deadly killer is on a spree and as a top FBI agent, you examine the crime scenes, collect the evidence and risk it all to capture the killer before another victim is claimed.
  • Farm Frenzy Animal Country – manage farm animals, construct new barns for your livestock, and “grow” your farm into a success.
  • Jewels of the Tropical Lost Island - set sail in a puzzle-filled paradise as you follow in the footsteps of your pirate uncle to uncover the legendary treasure of the Mayans. 
  • Logic Machines – use logic and the laws of physics to construct machines that will aid in the solving of various mind-tripping puzzles.

City Interactive is also seeking new and emerging video game concepts and is currently accepting appointments with video game development studios and other IP owners.

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