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THQ's E3 lineup blows us away

Quite literally something for everyone

THQ is set to launch one of its most impressive E3 lineups ever at the show next week, featuring blockbuster material targeting a million and one different demographics. For example, its top-end first person shoot 'em up Red Faction will be on display for PlayStation 2 and PC, along with New Legends and an impressive TV-licensed kids lineup with SpongeBob SquarePants, Scooby-Doo and Power Rangers. The company's games span every platform we could think of, with Xbox , Nintendo Game Boy Advance, PC/Mac, PlayStation and Nintendo Game Boy Color displays planned. In addition, the company is demonstrating several new games designed for mobile devices, through its new division, THQ Wireless. Here is the lineup in full:-

Red Faction - PC and PlayStation 2

MX 2002 - PlayStation 2

New Legends - Xbox

WWF Raw is War - Xbox

WWF SmackDown! "Just Bring It" - PlayStation 2

WWF Betrayal - GameBoy Color

WWF Road to Wrestlemania - GameBoy Advance

WWF With Authority - PC (online strategy game at WWF.com)

Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius - multiple systems

Rugrats - GameBoy Advance and PC

The Wild Thornberrys - GameBoy Advance

SpongeBob SquarePants Operation: Krabby Patty - PC

SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge - GameBoy Advance and PlayStation

Rocket Power: Team Rocket Rescue - PlayStation

Rocket Power: Dream Scheme - GameBoy Advance

Tetris Worlds - GameBoy Advance, PlayStation 2 and PC, with GameCube to follow

Hot Wheels Mechanix - PC

Hot Wheels Extreme Racing - PlayStation

Hot Wheels Advance (working title) - GameBoy Advance

Hot Wheels Jetz - PC

Matchbox Emergency Patrol - GameBoy Color and PC

Disney's Atlantis, The Lost Empire - GameBoy Color and GameBoy Advance

Power Rangers Time Force - GameBoy Color and PlayStation, with GameBoy Advance to follow

BASS Strike - PlayStation 2

GT Advance Championship Racing - GameBoy Advance

Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase - GameBoy Advance and PlayStation

Star Wars Jedi Power Battles - GameBoy Advance

MotoGP - GameBoy Advance

If you can't find something in there to tickle your fancy, then there must be something wrong with you.

Source - press release