Computer gamers will be able to dive to the Titanic, go on the offensive in the Caribbean or take a space adventure this summer.
Indeed, the pace of new releases is going to be fast and furious. Starcraft II, coming out in July, is one of the most eagerly anticipated of the pack. After all, fans have had to wait a decade for a sequel.
But there are other options, including Commander: Conquest of the Americas, a trading game; the unusual Titanic: the Diving Simulator; and the off-the-wall Plants vs Zombies.
It's no accident that Starcraft's name is so similar to Warcraft, as both were designed by Blizzard. Both titles have already been global successes.