CES 2007: Upcoming Windows games aim to impress

Microsoft recently unveiled their Games for Windows lineup at CES and I honestly can’t believe how great the list is. Who knew other genres besides first-person shooter actually existed?

If you happen to be at work and you can’t view this video or you just enjoy reading the names of PC games, then look over the full list of titles after the break.

Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures” (Eidos Interactive/Funcom)

Age of Empires III: The Warchiefs” (Microsoft Game Studios/Ensemble Studios)

Alan Wake” (Microsoft Game Studios/Remedy)

Bioshock” (2K Games/Irrational Games)

Company of Heroes” (THQ Inc./Relic Entertainment)

Crysis” (EA Partners/Crytek)

Enemy Territory: Quake Wars” (Activision/Splash Damage)

Flight Simulator X” (Microsoft Game Studios/ACES Studio)

Frontlines: Fuels of War” (THQ/Kaos Studios)

Halo 2” (Microsoft Game Studios/Bungie Studios)

Hellgate: London” (EA Partners/NAMCO BANDAI Games/Flagship Studios)

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy” (LucasArts/TT Games)

Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar” (Midway/Turbine Inc.)

Marvel Universe Online” (Microsoft Game Studios/Cryptic Studios)

Rail Simulator” (EA Partners/Kuju Entertainment)

Shadowrun” (Microsoft Game Studios/FASA Studio)

Supreme Commander” (THQ/Gas Powered Games)

Tabula Rasa” (NCSoft Corp./ Destination Games)

World in Conflict” (Sierra Entertainment/Massive Entertainment)

Zoo Tycoon 2: Extinct Animals” (Microsoft Game Studios/Blue Fang Games)

Zoo Tycoon 2: Marine Mania” (Microsoft Game Studios/Blue Fang Games)

Zoo Tycoon 2: Zookeeper Collection” (Microsoft Game Studios/Blue Fang Games)

Bioshock, Alan Wake, Crysis, Hellgate, and Supreme Commander are all looking mighty fine right about now. See any games that captivate you?

[Via Gaming Bits

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