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In brief: this week's new game announcements

A round-up of the latest product news

Each week GamesIndustry.biz brings you a round-up of all the games announced over the last five days.

Electronic Arts has named the latest in its number one racing franchise as Need for Speed: ProStreet. Developed by EA Black Box in Canada, the title will be released this autumn.

Midway has released a playable demo of Hour of Victory on Xbox Live. The full retail title will be available later this month.

Nintendo has announced that Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree will be released in Europe on July 20. The title features five different types of mini-games and is designed for the whole family as part of the Touch! Generations range of games.

Gamecock has revealed that Mushroom Men will be coming to the DS and Wii. The title is in development at Red Fly Studios and due next year.

SNK Playmore is collecting a number of Fatal Fury games for release on the PS2, to be released as Fatal Fury: Battle Archives Volume 1. The compilation will feature four games from the series and be released in the US this autumn.

D3 Publisher has signed up the latest in the popular Naruto franchise. Naruto: Path of the Ninja is the first RPG based on the anime to be released in the West, and will be exclusive to DS.

Majesco has revealed its first Xbox 360 title, Kengo Zero. The samurai fighting game is in development at Genki and due for release in Europe later this year.

LucasArts and TT Games are working on Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga. The title will be based on all six George Lucas movies and available for Xbox 360, Wii, PS3 and DS.

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