Tecmo's Dead or Alive 4 for Xbox 360 and
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess for Gamecube will be both playable to the public.
Dead or Alive 4 is the first next-generation fighting game and won't be in stores for a few weeks. The franchise is well known for its flagrantly feminine femme fatales, who deftly beat on each other and look good doing it. The latest in one of gaming's most popular franchises will also set up shop at G.A.M.E.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, easily one of the most anticipated games of 2006, is making a rare public appearance at the event. This new Zelda adventure, not scheduled for release until April 2006 at the earliest, features an older Link and a darker presentation and storyline.
Other playable titles at G.A.M.E. not yet in stores include Star Wars: Empire at War for the PC, Pursuit Force for the PSP, Animal Crossing: Wild World for the DS, and Yoot Saito's Odama for the GameCube.
Screenshot: DOA4 Screenshots
Screenshot: Legend of Zelda - Twilight Princess Screenshots
News source: GameSpot