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Tuesday, 10 July 2007 11:02

Spielberg returns to video games

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Filmmaker Steven Spielberg and EA games have released details about plans to make three video games.

The game titles are a secret but are to be shown off tomorrow at this week's E3 Media & Business Summit in Santa Monica, Calif.

One game for the PS3, the Xbox 360 and PCs is been identified as a "contemporary action adventure" where the player partners with a female character who evolves over time depending on how she interacts with others in the game.

Another for the Wii, will have gamers wielding the wireless remote to manipulate blocks in various ways. There were no details on a third title under Spielberg's long-term exclusive arrangement to develop the games for EA.

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