Decent line up of games...cant wait to see how Res Evil is gonna work online. "A total of 30 online projects were announced at the conference. Note that many publishers didn't commit to exact game titles yet and only announced what genres the titles will fall under. Although Resident Evil 4, Zero and 1 (Remake) remain GameCube exclusive, Capcom is in fact developing an online title in the Resident Evil (Bio Hazard) franchise for the PS2. But without much further ado, here's the list: Massively Multiplayer Online RPG (Atlus) The Dungeon of Doruaga (Arika) Auto Modellista (Capcom) Bio Hazard [working title] (Capcom) Tokyo Highway Battle Online (Genki) Nobunaga's Ambition Online RPG [working title] (Koei) Music Game [working title] (Konami) Sports Game [working title] (Konami) Shogi Dojo 24 [working title] (Success) Soreyuke! Karaoke Heaven (Success) Final Fantasy XI (Square) Guru Guru Onsen PS2 [working title] (Sega) Simulation [working title] (Sega) Hundred Swords (Sega) Race [working title] (Sega) Arc the Lad Online [working title] (SCE) Kuma Uta [Bear Song] (SCE) GT Online [working title] (SCE) Minna no Golf Online (SCE) Mojibu Ribbon [working title] (SCE) Network Board Game [working title] (Takara) Multiplayer Action Adventure [working title] (Tecmo) Table Game [working title] (Tomy) Clockwork Online [working title] (Namco) New Action Adventure Game [working title] (Namco) 3D Flight Shooting [working title] (Namco) Namco Sports Online [working title] (Namco) Project Venus [working title] (Namco) Bomberman Online [working title] (Hudson) Armored Core Sigma Project [working title] (From Software) It doesn't take a rocket scientist to guess some of the as of yet unnamed titles from Konami, Sega, and Namco -- but we shall refrain from speculating for now. Sony also explained the functionality of its "Broadband Navigator," which opens up the world of the Internet for PlayStation 2 owners in Japan. Here's a quick overview of the Navigator's main features: PS Emulator / PS2 Player: plays PlayStation and PlayStation 2 software downloaded from the network. Mail / Instant Message: send email and instant messages to other users. PlayStation Jukebox: play back music downloaded from the network and stored on your hard drive. Real Player: enjoy streaming video content on your PS2 via this media player app also available on PCs and Mac (developed by US-based Real Networks). " Ken Kutaragi was questioned about the 'threat' of the XBox, interesting reply: Kutaragi-san: Microsoft has made it clear that they plan to pursue a broadband network for the Xbox. Rather than a threat, we view them as partners progressing towards a similar goal. Albeit separate, we're happy to be heading the same direction at the same time.