Overnight retail listings signal God of War 4, Resident Evil 6, more for E3?

A plethora of new retail listings have been added to the system overnight at an Australian GAME shop. Titles enumerated in the mix include God of War 4, Resident Evil 6, and others.

A NeoGAF user has posted scans of the store release list, which contains the new additions. We’ve gone over them and have taken out all the oddballs. Note that we’ve written each listing as it is displayed on the schedule.

  • 7th Seal (PS3) – 31/12/11
  • Back to Future (PS3, 360) (note: this game has so far only been released as episodic digital downloads on PC and PlayStation Network)
  • Dance Central 2 (360) – 31/12/11
  • God of War 4 (PS3) – 31/12/12
  • GTA V (PS3, 360) – 31/12/12
  • Just Dance 3 (PS3, 360, Wii) – 01/10/11
  • Kinect Sports 2 (PS3) – 31/12/11
  • Nintendo Wii 2 CO – 31/12/12 (note: is this a codename for Project Cafe?)
  • Res Evil 6 (PS3) – 31/12/11 (note: this listing is separate from “Res Evil RACC”)
  • Serious Sam 3 (PS3, 360) – 31/12/11 (note: platforms for this game have yet to be officially announced)
  • Super Mario Wii 2 (Wii) – 31/12/11

Make of this what you will. Regardless of its source, take it with a grain of salt.

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