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It’s no big surprise that two of the best looking games that were supposed to be released in early 2007, are now delayed. In a press statement indicating that they are working on several new sequels, EA announced that two of their hottest LPs are going to be pushed back until sometime in 2008. And if the title doesn’t give it away, those two titles happen to be Army of Two and Crytek’s Crysis Crunch. Okay, it’s not called Crysis Crunch, it’s just Crysis.

Some of the sequels EA is currently working on and planning for release on the Xbox 360 and PS3, include exclusive Lord of The Rings material (although the details are sketchy and nothing has been confirmed for the game’s features), and a Harry Potter sequel. The chief financial officer for Electronic Arts, Warren Jenson, revealed to gameindustry.biz that the hyped shooter for the Xbox and PS2, Black, will also be receiving a sequel along with Simcity.

When a lot of insiders exclaimed that the next-generation would be built on sequels and Hollywood rehashes, they weren’t lying. But on a plus side, the renown and original life simulation by Will Wright will also become a trilogy, as The Sims 3 will be released sometime before the holiday season of 2009. But to hold gamers off until that time, EA has a special Sims planned for the Nintendo Wii and The Sims 2: Holiday Edition that will launch with the PS3.
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