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Sony Shares Tokyo Game Show Lineup

Two unannounced titles to be playable. Sony planning live streaming of stage events.

Image of Sony's TGS 2010 booth.

Sony announced its Tokyo Game Show lineup today. The company will have a large lineup of over 50 titles in its booth this year. Typical of a first party, it will be showing both its own games and games from third party publishers.

In past TGS showings, Sony has split its booth into zones depending on platform. This will be the case this year as well, only the zone count has increased. Zones this year include a section for PS3 games, a section for PSP games, a section for PS3 games that are Move compatible, a section for PS3 games that are 3D compatible, and a section for PS3 games that are both 3D and Move compatible.

Here's what playable titles visitors will find in the various zones, current to 9/2. All the titles listed below have previously been announced. Sony also says to expect one unannounced PS3 game and one unannounced PSP game to be playable.

In the PlayStation 3 zone, the company will have the following playable:

  • Trinity Zill 0'll Zero (Tecmo Koei)
  • World Soccer Winning Eleven 2011 (Konami)
  • Castlevania Lords of Shadow (Konami)
  • Front Mission Evolved (Square Enix)
  • Vanquish (Sega)
  • Gran Turismo 5 (Sony)
  • LittleBigPlanet 2 (Sony)
  • Motor Storm 3 (Sony)
  • Tokyo Jungle (Sony)
  • SOCOM: US Navy Seals 4 (Sony)
  • Killzone 3 (Sony)
  • Sly Cooper Collection (Sony)
  • Red Dead Redemption (Take-Two)
  • Tales of Graces F (Namco Bandai)
  • Ni no Kuni (Level-5)

These will be joined by one unannounced title.

The Move zone will have the following playable:

  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 (EA)
  • Resident Evil 5 Alternative Edition (Capcom)
  • Power Smash 4 (Sega)
  • LittleBigPlanet 2 (Sony)
  • Killzone 3 (Sony)
  • Heavy Rain (Sony)
  • Hustler King (Sony)
  • Beat Sketch! (Sony)
  • Machi Suberi (aka Kung Fu Rider, Sony)
  • Me & My Pet (Sony)
  • Sports Champion (Sony)
  • Fure! Fure! Bowling (Sony)
  • Echochrome: Hikari to Kage no Hako (Sony)
  • Move de Party (Sony)
  • Nikudan (Sony)
  • Furi Furi! Sarugechu (Sony)
  • TV Super Star (Sony)
  • Shooting Studio (Sony)
  • Tsumiki BLOQ (Sony)
  • Heroes on the Move (Sony)
  • Big 3 Gun Shooting (Namco Bandai)

The 3D zone will have the following playable:

  • Gran Turismo 5 (Sony)
  • Motor Storm 3 (Sony)
  • Killzone 3 (Sony)
  • Sly Cooper Collection (Sony)
  • Hustler King (Sony)

The 3D & Move zone will have the following playable:

  • Power Smash 4 (Sega)
  • Killzone 3 (Sony)
  • Hustler King (Sony)
  • Me & My Pet (Sony)
  • Nikudan (Sony)
  • Tsumiki Bloq (Sony)

The PSP Zone will have the following playable:

  • Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (Capcom)
  • World Soccer Winning Eleven 2011 (Konami)
  • Lord of Arcana (Square Enix)
  • Tactics Ogre (Square Enix)
  • The 3rd Birthday (Square Enix)
  • Black Panther Yakuza New Chapter (Sega)
  • Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity (Sega)
  • God of War (Sony)
  • Patapon 3 (Sony)
  • God Eater Burst (Namco Bandai)
  • Tales of the World Radiant Mythology 3 (Namco Bandai)
  • Danbol Senki (Level-5)

This area will have one unannounced title.

You can get a preliminary look at Sony's booth design at the teaser Tokyo Game Show page it opened today.

According to the teaser site, Sony will also be showing games off on a large 3D monitor. The site also promises streaming of various stage shows, to begin at 13:00 on September 16.

Sony will also be following one of this year's trends and setting up its own official Twitter for the show.

Sony will have a large 3D LED monitor showing footage of upcoming games.

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