Ubi Soft have just revealed their line-up of games that they will be showing at ECTS, which takes place at ExCeL in London from September 2nd to 4th.

  • Batman Vengeance - PlayStation 2
    Featuring Dolby surround sound and specially recorded voice-talent, with Mark Hamill as The Joker, Batman Vengeance immerses his fans in a darkly beautiful, interactive expansion of the animated series.
  • Disney's Tarzan Freeride - PlayStation 2
    Get aerial as Tarzan performs amazing stunts including, Bungee jumping, Water-skiing and Vine Surfing.
  • Rayman M - PlayStation 2
    The limbless hero is back and this time he's not alone. Rayman M is multiplayer mayhem that includes both racing and arena shooting modes.
  • Tom Clancy's: Ghost Recon - PC
    Featuring brand new game and 3-D engines, Ghost Recon marks Red Storm's return to the "Squad based tactical shooter" genre for the first time since 1999's Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: ROGUE SPEAR.
  • Battle Realms - PC
    This game is poised to significantly change gamers' expectation of PC games. It is set in a story-driven fantasy world where the samurai still roam, surrounded by werewolves, ninjas, and geisha warriors. Voted "Best Strategy Game" by IGN.com at this years E3 trade show in Los Angeles.
  • EverQuest: the Shadows of Luclin - PC
    EverQuest fans will be pleased to hear that a brand new build will be running on the stand and now features a new engine. Members of Verant the development team will also be there to answer questions and demonstrate the title.
  • Pool of Radiance - PC
    Based on the first D&D computer RPG, Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor is a new Dungeons & Dragons computer role-playing game set in the popular world of the Forgotten Realms.
  • Myst III: Exile - PC/Mac
    Building on the surreal style of Myst and Riven, Myst III: Exile will feature five immense ages for players to explore and hours of new mysteries to uncover.

Ubi Soft are set to be one of the biggest publishers at the ECTS trade show, and GamesPaper will be bring full coverage direct from the show, starting on September 2nd - if you want to know what some of the next years hottest titles play like, then you should make sure you check out GamesPaper all next week.