NEW TRICKS: Following the dawn of the new console generation, several publishers will use this year's E3 to push potential new franchises, such as Bungie's sci-fi shooter "Destiny,"
SAYING SORRY: A few apologies might be issued to E3 crowds, like
REALITY CHECK: The prospect of virtual reality in the living room probably isn't quite ready for prime time, but that won't stop
RETURN OF THE JEDI: EA, which announced an exclusive deal last year with Disney to produce "Star Wars" games for the next 10 years, will detail DICE's intergalactic adventure "Star Wars: Battlefront" during its E3 presentation on Monday, and the company might tease other "Star Wars" games, including one that's currently being crafted by its Visceral Games studio.
RINSE AND REPEAT: Despite the boost in non-sequels at this year's E3, a slew of follow-ups are scheduled to be promoted on the show floor, such as new installments of "The Sims," ''Halo," ''Call of Duty," ''Far Cry," ''Metal Gear Solid," ''Assassin's Creed" and "Super Smash Bros." If past shows are any indication, more sequels will be revealed for the first time at E3.
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