Gung-Ho Works shared today its lineup of titles for the Tokyo Game Show and also confirmed that it will appear at November's Games Japan Festa event.
At TGS, the company will be showing three titles in playable form. Solfege Sweet Harmony will offer a glimpse of its musical adventure component. Mimana Iyar Chronicle will let players try out a section of the game's prologue. Finally, Zero Chou Aniki will let players blast through one stage.
All three of these titles are for the PSP. At November's Games Japan Festa in Osaka, Gung-Ho will go multiplatform and show, in addition to these three, Eiyuu Senki Laevatein for the DS in its playable debut.
TGS will be held from the 9th through the 12th at the Makuhari Messe just outside Tokyo. The first two days are press only with the 11th and 12th opening up to the public.
Games Japan will be held at the ATC Hall in Osaka on the 15th and 16th of November.