OpenFeint owner GREE has shared several new details on the planned global expansion of its Japanese iOS and Android social gaming platform. That's also called GREE, in case you're wondering.

According to GREE, seven big publishers are currently working on titles for the social platform, including the likes of Capcom, Konami, and Sega.

What games do the companies have planned, then?

Well, Capcom is gearing up to release GREE-compatible versions of both Resident Evil Mercenaries VS and Monster Hunter Dynamic Hunting - both of which earned less-than-stellar review scores when they hit the App Store earlier this year.

You can check out a full list of publishers and titles at the bottom of this article.

The fine print

GREE's social gaming platform, which should launch worldwide between April and June next year, will unify the Japan-only GREE platform with OpenFeint, which covers most of the rest of the world.

GREE says that the move will leave its unified platform with around 150 million users. That'll make it the world's largest gaming platform.

Although the following games have been announced as part of the global rollout, Namco Bandai's and Square Enix's titles are still listed as Japan-only releases.

Capcom
Resident Evil Mercenaries VS for GREE

Monster Hunter Dynamic Hunting for GREE

Tecmo Koei

Dynasty Warriors for GREE

Konami

DanceDanceRevolution

Square Enix
Emperor's SaGa
Galaxy Dungeon
Sega

Ryu ga Gotoku Kizuna (Yakuza Kizuna/Bonds)

Taito
Period Zero
Dead Connection
Namco Bandai
Kamen Rider Wars
Super Sentai Wars
Ultraman Taisen
Andriasang