According to organizers, over 90 percent of floor space for this year’s annual E3 trade show has been booked by top companies in the business.

“Exhibitors, leading video game publishers, and millions of consumers around the world are eagerly awaiting the opening of the 2010 E3 Expo,” said Michael Gallagher, preisdent of E3 owner the ESA.

“This year’s event will premier cutting-edge technologies, immersive games, and innovations in consumer interfaces.”

E3 2010 happens June 15-17 in (hopefully) sunny Los Angeles, California and we’ll hopefully see a new Wii Zelda title as well as a plethora of other shiny new products and possibly new hardware.

More information about this year’s show can be found at E3 2010’s site, including a registration page for press, as the show is trade-only.

The list (so far)

Activision, Inc.
Atlus U.S.A., Inc.
Bethesda Softworks LLC
Capcom Entertainment, Inc.
Disney Interactive Studios, Inc.
Electronic Arts, Inc.
Epic Games, Inc.
505 Games
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.
LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC
Majesco Entertainment Company
Microsoft Corporation
MTV Games
Namco Bandai Games America Inc.
Natsume, Inc.
Nintendo of America, Inc.
Sega of America, Inc
Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
Sony Online Entertainment LLC
Square Enix, Inc.
Take-Two Interactive, Inc.
THQ Inc.
Trion World Network
Ubisoft Entertainment
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment Inc.

Where the Hell is Bungie? Hopefully they decide to attend the show, as Reach should be playable by June, or so you’d think.

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