Some of this year’s big E3 reveals from EA and Tecmo Koei could be Dead or Alive 5 (DoA5), Dragon Age 2 and Mass Effect 3, according to a listing on GameSpot’s E3.Although Dragon Age 2 and Mass Effect 3 have now been removed from the listings on the EA tab, Tecmo Koei’s list still lists DoA5.Because the listings from the EA list have been removed, it suggests this may have been a legitimate mistake from GameSpot accidentally publishing privileged information. Or it could have been a placeholder list of wish list titles from the team. We’ll never know. Well, we will. Next week. And we’ll be there.It seems unlikely we’ll see Mass Effect 3 so soon, it would be out of BioWare’s character as a studio to show something broken. But we do know there’s another game to come… But with ME2 being released recently it does seem a little far fetched. Especially if they’ve another flagship title their working on which they want to soak up all the limelight.Dragon Age 2, we know, has been in the thoughts of the BioWare team for some time, as producer Fernando Melo told IncGamers in an back in March.”Dragon Age is a universe – we treat it as a big canvas. It’s got a timeline; there’s a set amount of time the “Dragon Age” takes place in. There’s a geographical limitation – the physical world that we live in – but within that, there’s huge amounts of storytelling that we want to tell,” he said.With Melo also stating the team were eager to explore outside of Fereldan.”Oh yeah, absolutely. The intent is to try and colour as many of those areas in as possible. Whether that’s through actual gameplay or whether that’s through books or other mediums, we’ll have to wait and see how that actually pans out.”So enough speculation. We’re betting if there was a mix up, then it’s more likely that Dragon Age 2 will be what we’re going to hear about. For the team being though, assume nothing! We’ll let you know if we get any kind of confirmation
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