An interactive E3 showfloor map feature on GameSpot has apparently revealed three big sequels we can expect to see at the show next week -- at least, if the games listed in the feature are accurate. Clicking on Electronic Arts's booth shows both Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age 2 listed in their "featured games," while clicking on Tecmo Koei's booth shows Dead or Alive 5.
That leaves three potential explanations: these listings are legitimate early leaks, pure speculation on GameSpot's part of what they expect to see at the show, or simple errors. And considering GameSpot is a long-running and well-established site, we doubt they'd deliberately be fabricating leaks for headline-grabbing attention.
A showing of Mass Effect 3 this soon would be quite a surprise, though, especially since lead producer Casey Hudson recently said "it probably won't be for quite a few months that we talk about Mass Effect 3" -- and that was said just late last month. Dragon Age 2, on the other hand, seems more likely, since BioWare seemingly revealed a February release for the game in the Dragon Age: Origins Awakening packaging. As for Dead or Alive 5, that would be an entirely new announcement as we haven't heard of any plans for another sequel in the series.
But again, we'd like to point out "pure speculation" and "simple error" are entirely likely explanations here. If more clarification on these listings comes up, we'll pass it along.
I think it would be great to get information soon, but my gut tells me this might be an error, since Dragon Age 2 has been removed from the list.