Sony Tokyo Game Show Lineup Reveals New Titles
Thexder Neo, Disgaea Infinite and more to join Gran Turismo 5 and Final Fantasy XIII in Sony booth.
If you've been waiting for Tokyo Game Show reveals, look no further than Sony's exhibit list. Released today, the list has a bunch of new games, some totally new, others rumored but never confirmed.
As usual, the company will be showing both first and third party titles in its booth. Sony has split its booth into PS3, PSP and PSN zones.
All titles listed below are playable.
Here's the list of PS3 titles:
- FIFA 10 World Class Soccer
- Lost Planet 2
- Dynasty Warriors Strike Force Special
- World Soccer Winning Eleven 2010
- Final Fantasy XIII
- Front Mission Evolved
- Gran Turismo 5
- Uncharted 2
- God of War III
- Heavy Rain
- Ratchet & Clank Future 2
- Quantum Theory
- Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
- Tekken 6
- Dragon Ball Raging Blast
- Assassin's Creed II
The company also promises two as yet unannounced titles.
The PSP zone will have the following:
- Persona 3 Portable
- Dynasty Warriors 6 Special
- Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker
- Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep
- Valkyria Chronicles 2
- Phantasy Star Portable 2
- Gran Turismo
- Minna no Sukkiri
- Hot Shots Tennis Portable
- Jak X Daxter
- SOCOM: U.S. Navy Seals Portable
- Bleach Soul Carnival 2
- MotorStorm Raging Ice
- LittleBigPlanet Portable
- Undead Knights
- God Eater
In addition to these games, three currently unannounced titles will be shown. Sony also notes that the PSP titles will be playable on PSP go, offering visitors a chance to try out the new system ahead of its November 1 release.
The PlayStation Network Zone includes the following:
- Angel Senki (PS3)
- PixelJunk Shooter (PS3)
- Thexder Neo (Square Enix, PSP)
- Crystal Defenders (Square Enix, PSP)
- Gravity Crush (Sony, PS3)
- Hustler King (Sony, PS3)
- Fat Princess (PS3)
- LocoRoco Midnight Carnival (PSP)
- Play x Catalog (Sony, PSP)
- x-Radar Portable (Sony Marketing, PSP)
- Disgaea Infinite (Nippon Ichi, PSP)
[NOTE: There appears to be some confusion about some of the PSN titles. The list at PlayStation.jp has all the PSN games flagged as PS3 title when many are known to be PSP titles. Sony's press release, which can be viewed online at 4gamer, and echoed at major sites like Famitsu.com, is presumably more accurate. It's used as the basis for the above list.]
The company will also have Game Archive games in this area, including at least one unannounced addition to the lineup. (I previously wrote here that the unannounced title was a general PSN title. According to the PlayStation.jp list, it's actually for Game Archives.)
Sony will also highlight PlayStation services, including PlayStation Store video distribution for PS3 and PSP, PlayStation Store comic distribution for PSP, and PlayStation Home for PS3. It also plans on unveiling two additional services.
Unlike other TGS exhibitors Sony has yet to open a TGS special site. However, those who want to see the above information in its native Japanese can check out Sony's press release.
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