Microsoft Shares Tokyo Game Show Lineup
Kinect joined by large lineup of first and third party games in this year's MS booth.
Microsoft shared today its lineup of games for this year's Tokyo Game Show.
Similar to Sony, the Microsoft booth will house both first and third party titles. Here's a look at what will be shown:
- Crossboard 7 (Konami, Playable)
- DanceEvolution (Konami, Demo Exhibit)
- Sonic Free Riders (Sega, Playable)
- Deca Sporta Freedom (Hudson, Playable)
- Answer With Your Body: New Brain Training (Namco Bandai, Playable)
- Kinect Adventure! (Microsoft, Playable)
- Kinect Animals (Microsoft, Demo Exhibit)
- Kinect Joy Ride (Microsoft, Demo Exhibit)
- Kinect Sports (Microsoft, Playable)
- Your Shape Fitness Evolved (Ubisoft, Playable)
- Gal Gun (Alchemist, Playable)
- El Shaddai (Ignition, Playable)
- Need for Speed Hot Pursuit (EA, Playable)
- FIFA 11 (Electronic Arts, Playable)
- Dead Rising 2 (Capcom, Playable)
- Marvel vs Capcom 3 (Capcom, Playable)
- Monster Hunter Frontier Online (Capcom, Playable)
- DoDonPachi Resurrection (Cave, Playable)
- Otomedius X Excellent! (Konami, Playable)
- Castlevania Lords of Shadows (Konami, Playable)
- Metal Gear Solid Rising (Konami, Video)
- Winning Eleven 2011 (Konami, Playable)
- Gun Loco (Square Enix, Playable)
- Deus Ex (Square Enix, Video)
- Call of Duty Black Ops (Square Enix, Video)
- Final Fantasy XIII Ultimate Hits International (Square Enix, Playable)
- Front Mission Evolved (Square Enix, Playable)
- Vanquish (Sega, Playable)
- Virtual On Force (Sega, Playable)
- Fallout New Vegas (Zenimax, Playable)
- Dream Club Zero (D3, Playable)
- Mafia 2 (Take-Two, Playable)
- Idolmaster 2 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
- Gundam Musou 3 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
- Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
- Naruto Ultimate Storm 2 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
- Bullet Soul (5pb., Playable)
- Gears of War 3 (Microsoft, Video)
- Fable III (Microsoft, Playable)
- Halo Reach (Microsoft, Playable)
- Mass Effect 2 (Microsoft, Playable)
- Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (Ubisoft)
- SBK X JP Edition (Russell, Playable)
- Stoked Big Air Ediiton (Russell, Playable)
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- Gunwange (Cave, Playable)
- Crazy Taxi (Sega, Playble)
- Sonic Adventure (Sega, Playable)
- Bonk Brink of Extinction (Hudson, Playable)
- Comic Jumper (Microsoft, Playable)
Gal Gun seems to be new. It's described as a 3D shooting game.
(Update 20:53 -- Microsoft appears to have removed "Gal Gun" from the list at its official site. It was written "ギャル★ガン" -- yes, with a star in the middle. You can still see it on the press releases at various Japanese language sites like 4gamer.)
Idolmaster 2 was listed as video only in Namco Bandai's booth, but the company's stage show page does confirm that it will be playable.
Microsoft will also be exhibiting in this year's Family Corner (formerly Kids Corner) with Namco Bandai's Answer With Your Body: New Brain Training.
It looks like Microsoft has some big plans for online coverage during the show. The company's Tokyo Game Show Special Slite has a section for videos and photo reports.
You'll also be able to download the latest game title videos via Xbox Live Marketplace.
Inside Xbox will be broadcasting daily from the show. Visit the Inside Xbox page now to see the show's coverage of Microsoft's recent Media Briefing event.