So, GameSpot has got itself a swanky interactive map of E3's show floor. On this map, you can click on the various companies that'll be in attendance, and a list of their "featured games" will pop up. See where this is going yet?
According to the site, BioWare plans to show Dragon Age II and Mass Effect 3 at the show, and Tecmo Koei will be bringing along Dead or Alive 5. Until this stuff is confirmed, I'm sorta required to slap question marks and warning signs all over this, but really, what more proof do you need?
At this point, it seems pretty clear a follow-up to Dragon Age is on the cards, and as for Mass Effect 3, we could just be getting a short teaser based on recent remarks by BioWare on the state of that game's progression. Dead or Alive 5? Sure, it's getting to be about time for another one of those.
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