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Wed, Aug 27, 2008 | 14:17 BST
EA’s just announced that Natasha Bedingfield will be the official face of Boogie SuperStar for Wii.
“Boogie SuperStar brings to life all the fun and excitement of performing,” said Bedingfield.
“Being on stage is such a thrill and it’s great to be a part of an EA video game that lets girls experience how much fun it is to express themselves and explore their own creativity by performing.”
OK. This was shown in the EA press conference at Games Convention, and looked excruciatingly good, to be fair.
There’s a giant list of tracks involved. Full press release after the link.
Tue, Aug 19, 2008 | 20:29 BST
EA has announced its Games Convention line-up revealing that Harmonix’s Rock Band 2 will be shown for the first time.
EA reckons it’s “best ever product line up for European consumers this holiday and in 2009″ and as we’ll be able to confirm that for you when our full coverage gets under way tomorrow.
From the release:
On show in Leipzig are Europe’s best selling franchises and consumer favorites like FIFA, Need For Speed, The Sims and Harry Potter, a wide range of casual and family titles for Nintendo platforms including LITTLEST PET SHOP, Boogie SuperStar, Zubo and MONOPOLY, brand new IP like SimAnimals, Mirror’s Edge, Dead Space, Dragon Age: Origins, Battleforge, Spore, the new MMORPG Warhammer® Online: Age of Reckoning, and EA partner titles Left 4 Dead from Valve, Rock Band and Rock Band 2 from MTV Games/Harmonix and Crysis Warhead® from Crytek.
Never before has EA had such a diverse and powerful slate of offerings, and it’s been great to see consumer and critical response to our games,” said Jens Uwe Intat, senior EA VP.
“As more and more people come into interactive entertainment, we are ready with the best games in sports, action, casual, horror, simulation, and online. We’ll be bringing more new games to market this year than in our history, and Leipzig is a great European window to showcase those offerings for the broad range of people that love to play them.”
Full thing after the jump.
By Mike Bowden