SCEE Reveals Monumental Q4 Release Schedule

Make your PS2?s Christmas a happy one.

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As we sit basking in the musty summer haze that chuffs through our office windows, minds are inevitably wandering onto thoughts of Christmas and crisp winter chills. And so SCEE?s Q4 release schedule has been received with unparalleled glee. Every PS2 owner will be getting to grips with at least one of these titles, or possibly all of them. Apart from the absolutely massive, hugely anticipated uber-blockbusters like Gran Turismo 4, Killzone, The Getaway 2, Jak 3 and Ratchet and Clank 3, SCEE have also got the non-gaming audience locked in their sights.

Dj ?Decks & FX, and Eyetoy Play 2 will be what festive office parties are made of this year, and these same titles might also help sell a few consoles to folk who hadn?t entertained the idea before. As for Jackie Chan Adventures ? it?s got much to live up to, to warrant its position nestling alongside what will be some of the PS2?s greatest ever titles.

Here?s the rough schedule in full:

Autumn: Jackie Chan Adventures
Autumn: Ratchet & Clank 3 - Up Your Arsenal
Autumn: DJ ? Decks & FX
Autumn: Killzone
Autumn: World Rally Championship 4
Autumn: Jak 3
Autumn: Eyetoy - Anti Grav
November: The Getaway 2 ? Black Monday
November: Gran Turismo 4
November: ATV Offroad Fury 3
Winter: Sly Racoon 2
Winter: Eyetoy Play 2

Comments

Joji 23 Jul 2004 12:19
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Interesting selection. I'd like GT4, Killzone and Sly Racoon 2 please.

Xmas list for games are a nightmare of choice. Good side of that is, that whatever you don't get for Xmas you can get in the january sales.

What's DJ Decks and FX?
Mecha Ghandi 23 Jul 2004 13:10
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According to Sony, DJ Decks & FX is a music utility tha emulates the function of over 3000 of DJ equipment.

According to me, DJ Decks & FX is little more than a glorified house music album where you can mix tunes together. It does nothing more than average freeware PC Dj software, and you can't play-back your own tunes...

It sees like a hideous throwback to Sony's 'cool pioneer' phase with WipEout in clubs etc... They're losing touch with 'da kidz' by my reckoning. House music is a dying genre.
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