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Ubisoft's E3 line-up

New Free Radical game included.

Ubisoft's outlined its line-up for E3 and promised, among all the many things it's announced recently, to spend some time showing off its forgotten-about collaboration with TimeSplitters developer Free Radical Design.

The focus is naturally slanted toward next-gen formats, with a number of games for each. PS3 fans (let's skip right past the way a console no one owns can have fans already, shall we?) will want to keep an eye out for Assassin's Creed and the PS3 version of Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway (also on 360 and PC). Xbox 360 fans will also want to keep their eyes on Enchanted Arms, FromSoftware's RPG exclusive to the platform.

Meanwhile, Nintendo Wii supporters will look to Red Steel and the new Rayman title, Raving Rabbids, which, while multiformat, is set to be a launch title for the new Nintendo console.

Elsewhere on the list are spots for Dark Messiah of Might & Magic (PC), Open Season (based on the kids' film), and of course Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas (next-gen) and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Double Agent, both of which will launch on multiple formats.

Aaand rounding things off is that Free Radical game, about which we know very little. But should do soon. We'll be bringing you coverage of all the important stuff as and when we see it.