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Tokyo Game Show Game List: Round 2

D3 Publisher and Sega share their full lists.


CESA released round two of its Tokyo Game Show game list today. The new list reflects most (but not all!) of the additions that have come to light in the past few weeks following the unveiling of the first list.

The full Japanese language list can be seen in PDF form here. As usual, the full list includes mobile, PC, and student projects. I've for the most part ignored those in transcribing the list here:

Koei Tecmo Holdings

  • Trinity Souls of Zill 0'll (PS3)
  • Shin Sangoku Musou Multi Raid Special (PS3, X360)
  • Samurai Warriors 3 (Wii)
  • Winning Post 7 2009 (PSP)
  • Dynasty Warriors 6 Special (PSP)
  • Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 3 Unmei no Labyrinth Aisou-ban (PSP)
  • Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (PS3)
  • Undead Knights PSP)
  • Again Eye of Providence (DS)
  • Quantum Theory (PS3)
  • Sangoskushi Touch (iPhone)
  • Warship Gunner Portable (PSP)

[NOTE: The new CESA list is missing Samurai Warriors 3 for the Wii, which was listed in the original list and at Koei's TGS page. I've left it in the above.]


  • Lost Planet 2 (PS3/X360)
  • Resident Evil Darkside Chronicles (Wii)
  • Ghost Trick (DS)
  • Okamiden (DS)
  • Rockman EXE Operate Shooting Star (DS)
  • Devil Kings 3 (Wii/PS3)
  • Tatsunoko VS Capcom Ultimate All Stars (Wii)


  • Professor Layton and the Flute of Malevolent Destiny (DS)
  • Inazuma Eleven 2 Fire/Blizard (DS)
  • Ni no Kuni (DS)
  • The Little Battlers (aka Danbol Senki, PSP)
  • Professor Tago and Brain Training (DS)
  • Paul Sloane & Des MacHale's Mysterious Story 2 (DS)
  • Mystery Room (DS)


  • Bayonetta (PS3, X360)
  • Resonance of Fate (PS3, X360)
  • Valkyria Chronicles 2 (PSP)
  • Puyo Puyo 7 (PSP, Wii, DS)
  • J.League Pro Soccer wo Tsukurou! 6 Pride of J (PSP)
  • Phantasy Star Portable 2 (PSP)
  • Yakuza 4 (PS3)
  • Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll (Wii)
  • Umihara Kawase Shun Second Edition (DS)
  • Lunar Harmony of Silver Star (PSP)
  • Poupe Girl DS (DS)
  • Tomoyo After It's a Wonderful Life CS Edition (X360)
  • Madworld (Wii)
  • Little Busters! Converted Ediiton (PS2)
  • Up (Wii)
  • Coropata (DS)

[NOTE: Everything from Umihara Kawase down are partner titles -- that is, Sega is not actually publishing them, but is showing them for companies who may not not have a booth at TGS.]

the Behemoth

  • Castle Crashers (PS3/X360)
  • "Game 3" (X360)


  • Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker (PSP)
  • Winning Eleven 2010 (PS3/X360)
  • Family Challenge Wii (Wii)
  • Silent Hill Shattered Memories (PSP/Wii)
  • Ninety-Nine Nights II (X360)


  • Kentoushi Gladiator Begins (PSP)
  • Class of Heroes 2 (PSP)
  • Way of the Samurai 2 Portable (PSP)
  • Wizardry The Labyrinth of Lost Souls (PS3)

Q Games

  • PixelJunk Shooter
  • PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe

Square Enix

  • Final Fantasy XIII (PS3)
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles The Crystal Bearers (Wii)
  • Front Mission Evolved (PS3/X360/PC)
  • Four Warriors of Light: Final Fantasy Gaiden (DS)
  • Final Fantasy IV The After Years (WiiWare)
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy Universal Tuning (PSP)
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep (PSP)
  • Final Fantasy XIV (PS3/PC/PS2)
  • Final Fantasy XI Vanadiel Collection 2 (PS2/PC/X360)
  • Dragon Quest IX (DS)
  • Dragon Quest Monsters Battle Road II (Arcade)
  • Lord of Vermilion II (Arcade)

D3 Publisher

  • Atom (PSP)
  • Machi-ing Maker 3 (PSP)
  • Kurayami no Hate de Kimi wo Matsu (DS)
  • Signal (DS)
  • Last Escort Club Katze (PS2/PSP)
  • Fuyu no Sonata DS (DS)
  • Eat Lead (X360/PS3)
  • Exorcistor (PSP)


  • Alan Wake (X360)
  • Forza Motorsport 3 (X360)
  • Halo 3: ODST (X360)
  • Halo Legends (N/A)
  • Halo Reach (X360)
  • Riot Act 2 (X360)
  • Shadow Complex (X360)
  • Borderlands (X360)
  • Fable III (X360)

Including student projects, mobile games, PC games, and home games, CESA states that it has a total of 748 titles from 66 organizations and companies set for display at the show. This information is current as of September 15.

CESA also provided a platform breakdown for the show. DS is currently in the lead with 97 titles. Xbox 360 follows at second with 40 titles. PSP comes in third with 24, followed by PS3 at 21, Wii at 20, and PS2 at 3. Of course, these numbers will likely change considerably once additional games are added to the CESA list.

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