Capcom bringing zombies, superheroes, magical dogs to E3

Capcom brings out the big guns for E3 showcase

The Incredible Hulk stares down an opponent in Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

The Incredible Hulk stares down an opponent in Marvel vs. Capcom 3.

With less than a week until companies start unloading their megaton E3 announcements, Capcom has revealed the games it plans on putting on the show floor next week. While many of the titles listed were already shown at the company's 'Captivate' event held in April, we'll surely be seeing new sections, stages, and characters from each title. To wit, the Case Zero expansion for Dead Rising 2 has yet to be shown, and should provide us a first look at the bridge between the first and second game in the zombie slaying series. Without further ado, here's Capcom's list:

--Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

--Okamiden

--Bionic Commando Rearmed 2

--Sengoku BASARA: Samurai Heroes

--Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

--Dead Rising 2

--Dead Rising 2: Case Zero

--MotoGP 09/10

As every company is wont to do at E3, Capcom will surely reveal a few new games at the show, as the company has promised 'a couple surprises up our sleeves.' Which of the already-announced games are you looking forward to most? What do you think they might 'surprise' us with?

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