SEGA has whipped out its calendar and put dates alongside its upcoming titles, including Sonic Unleashed, which will be out this November. However, Aliens: Colonial Marines and Empire: Total War both fall into 2009.

Elsewhere, first out of the starting blocks will be the Beijing Olympics game on 27th June, followed on 22nd August by the Gas Powered Games' role-playing adventure Space Siege.

The promising list continues as the fancy Golden Axe revamp, Picto Image DS, and the Sonic Chronicles BioWare role-playing game arrive in September, followed by the previously West-denied action-adventure sequel Yakuza 2.

As mentioned, Sonic Unleashed will round out the year in November.

Then in the first quarter of 2009 we will be drenched in Obsidian-developed spy RPG Alpha Protocol; the gory black and white Wii game Madworld from Platinum Games (ex-Clover); Empire: Total War from Creative Assembly; and the Gearbox squad-based shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines.

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