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Codies plans live webcam feed

Codemasters announces its E3 line-up and plans to let you watch from abroad. We'll be the guy on the left.

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Codemasters blah blah latest publisher blah blah E3 line-up blah blah lots of games blah blah - wait, what's this? Apparently in a commendable attempt to deviate from the traditional formulaic approach to promoting titles at the world's biggest gaming trade show, Britsoft favourite Codemasters is planning a live webcam feed from the show floor, which should be available from from next Wednesday when the show starts, and offers a window to the publisher's games.

Speaking of which, the publisher's line-up may be fairly well trailed already (Club Football 2005, Colin McRae Rally 2005, IndyCar Series 2005 and titles like Soldiers: Heroes of World War II), but there's certainly a healthy mix and we'll be keen to see particularly how Colin's latest, online-enabled endeavours and the newly revitalised Club Football series stack up.

At this point though it doesn't appear that Codies will announce its rumoured deal with Free Radical Design for publication of the UK developer's Second Sight title, although there is still that possibility. Tune in to the webcam and you might just found out before we do.

Codemasters' full E3 line-up:

  • Club Football 2005 range (PS2, Xbox, PC)
  • Colin McRae Rally 2005 (PS2, Xbox)
  • Dragon Empires (PC)
  • IndyCar Series 2005 (PS2, Xbox)
  • Soldiers: Heroes of World War II (PC)
  • MTV Music Generator 3 (PS2, Xbox)
  • Operation Flashpoint (Xbox)
  • Perimeter (PC)
  • Wartime Command (PC)

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