The Entertainment Software Association has let loose its list of exhibitors for the E3 Media & Business Summit 2008.
Attending so far are around 40 of the names you see on boxes and in headlines from day-to-day, such as all three platform holders as well as the likes of Capcom, EA, Ubisoft and SEGA.
However, among those missing are Activision and new best friend Vivendi, as well as NCsoft and id Software.
Last summer was the inaugural year for the downsized and renamed E3 event, which moved from the LA Convention Centre to Santa Monica, where it was scattered across numerous hotels.
The move cost over USD 5 million in various cancellation fees, reportedly, and has been scrapped this year in favour of a return to the Los Angeles location
The E3 Media & Business Summit 2008 will also continue to be an invite-only trade event. We've had our invites, phew, so we'll be on hand to bring you news of all the exciting bits as they happen.
We may even see Afrika.
- 1UP Network
- Atari Inc.
- Bethesda Softworks
- Capcom USA Inc.
- Crave Entertainment
- D3Publisher of America
- Deep Silver
- Disney Interactive Studios, Inc.
- Electronic Arts
- Eidos Interactive
- Fox Interactive Media
- Indie Games
- Jagex, Ltd.
- Konami Digital Entertainment America
- Majesco Entertainment Company
- Microsoft Corporation
- Midway Games, Inc.
- MTV Games
- Namco Bandai Games America, Inc.
- Natsume, Inc.
- Nintendo of America Inc.
- Novint Technologies, Inc.
- Nyko Technologies
- SEGA of America, Inc.
- Serious Games Initiative
- Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc.
- Sony Online Entertainment Inc.
- Southpeak Interactive
- Square Enix USA
- Take-Two Interactive
- THQ Inc.
- Toshiba America Information Systems
- Ubisoft Entertainment Inc.
- Valve Software
- Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment Inc.