While surfing the net last night, we ran across several Web sites with some pre-E3 pictures of PS3 titles posted. Here are a few of them below, with brief descriptions and links to additional pics of them (where available):

Possession
Developed on the "Flame" engine for next-generation consoles and PC systems, Blitz Games' Possession is a twisted action-RTS where you are an undead zombie looking to exact revenge on the humans who made you this creature. As The Enslaver, you control a mass of zombies, and can command the hoard or possess one of the minions to take control and unleash hell.

Metronome
Venture into the city of Metronome, a sprawling mass of haphazardly built houses and makeshift machinery where the outlandish inhabitants are carrying out their chores day and night. A city where the life of every citizen is dictated by the Corporation, a single bureaucratic entity that owns all the land, the entire infrastructure and all the industries.

Explore winding alleys, skewed rooftops and crowded apartment buildings as you search for proof of the Corporations secret agenda. In the game, sound is your weapon -- Listen for sounds to record that will help you manipulate your surroundings, fight off your enemies, and combine with other sounds for 'ideas' which can control the citizens, as you slowly uncover a mystery that reaches out from the borders of the game and into reality itself.

Heavenly Sword
An untitled future-gen console project from Ninja Theory (the team formerly known as Just Add Monsters, and designers behind the X-Box multiplayer basher Kung Fu Chaos).

Condemned: Criminal Origins
A demented horror game from Sega and Monolith, designed for next-generation consoles and game systems. You are an FBI agent on the hunt in this gripping and sickening hunt for serial killers. The game is played in first-person perspective, and with the use of the Havok 3.0 physics engine and other advanced techniques, players can utilize anything in the area as a weapon when they've been cornered by their prey.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
In development since 2002, Oblivion is another leap forward in role-playing with its combination of freeform gameplay and cutting-edge graphics for the world under The Elder Scrolls.
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