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Sony confirms PlayStation Experience software line-up

The full line-up of games due to the shown at Sony's PlayStation Experience 2003 event in London at the end of August has been unveiled, with visitors to the show set to be treated to first looks at over 70 games from 11 publishers.

The preliminary line-up of games due to the shown at Sony's PlayStation Experience 2003 event in London at the end of August has been unveiled, with visitors to the show set to be treated to first looks at over 100 games from 13 publishers.

Included among the line-up are many of the key titles which were shown at E3 last May in Los Angeles. PlayStation Experience will be the first chance that gamers in the UK have to try out most of those titles.

Admission to the PlayStation Experience costs £6 if you book in advance, or £8 on the door. The list of games we have here doesn't cover the full range of games and publishers that'll be there, however - some 30 more games are yet to be announced, and two publishers haven't given any details of their line-ups yet. We'll have more on those as soon as we find out about them.

Without further ado, then, the line-up for the show as it stands...

Acclaim Alias Gladiator: Sword of Vengence NBA JAM Urban Freestyle Soccer Atari Asterix 5 Bayblade Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 Kya: Dark Lineage Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Unlimited Saga Codemasters Arsenal Club Football Chelsea Club Football Colin McRae 4 Liverpool Club Football Manchester United Football Pop Idol Eidos Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home Legacy of Kain: Defiance The Italian Job Whiplash Electronic Arts 007: Everything or Nothing FIFA 2004 Harry Potter Quidditch World Cup Lord of the Rings: Return of the King Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Need For Speed: Underground SSX 3 Konami Castlevania: Lament of Innocence Dance Stage Fever Karaoke Revolution Metal Gear Solid 3 Pro-Evolution Soccer 3 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Midway Freaky Flyers Freestyle Metal X Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance NHL Hitz Pro Roadkill Spy Hunter The Suffering Sony Computer Entertainment Amplitude Dark Chronicle Destruction Derby Arena Dog's Tale Everquest Adventures Eye Toy Football 2004 Ghost Hunter Gran Turismo 4 Hardware Jak and Daxter II: Renegade My Street Socom: Navy Seals 2 Time Crisis 3 WRC 3 THQ Broken Sword 3: Sleeping Dragon Finding Nemo Sphinx: Shadow of Set Tak and the Power of Juju Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior WWE SmackDown!: Here Comes the Pain! Ubi Soft Batman 2 Beyond Good and Evil Charlie's Angels Crouching Tiger: Hidden Dragon Prince of Persia: Sands of Time XIII Vivendi Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds Crash Bandicoot: Nitro Kart Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death Metal Arms Simpsons: Hit and Run The Hobbit

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