Five Games EA Should Consider Bringing With Them To E3

The company’s done well at previous shows, but for E3 2012, they need to consider both old and new franchises alike.

Electronic Arts never fails to showcase a strong array of third-party titles for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, as well as other consoles each year they attend E3.  Last year was a huge highlight between such games as SSX and Mass Effect 3, but what does the company have to lean on this year?  Well, besides big sports hits like Madden NFL 13 and the upcoming Overstrike from Insomniac Games, we’ve got a few ideas as to what the company should officially announce at the show.  With that, here are our suggestions…

We, of course, will have a full report of what the company has on the show floor here at Gamerlive, but here are our educated guesses as to what EA should reveal...

Dead Space 3

The company already confirmed during a recent conference call that they intend to release the next chapter in the ongoing Dead Space series, so they might as well go all out next month with Visceral Games’ latest chapter, one that brings a close to the Isaac Clarke chronicles while, at the same time, introducing a new character that will no doubt keep things fresh.  Dead Space 3 should not only incorporate a strong new single player storyline, but also something that intricately involves multiplayer skirmishes, as well as a new co-op campaign, one that has players controlling both Clarke and his new cohort as they battle both human and alien enemies.  Let’s see just how creepy the storyline can get with this go-around…