Sony Announces Full-list of Playable Titles at TGS
Not long ago we gave you a look at some of the games that were expected to be seen at the Tokyo Game Show. Now that the show is a little closer, we have more for you to salivate over.
Just recently, Sony Computer Entertainment of Japan announced the full list of playable PS3 titles that will be gracing the Sony booth at TGS.
Assuming you’re one of the few planning on attending, what can you expect to see?
Sony has never pulled any punches at events like this. Just because TGS takes place on Sony’s ‘home-turf’ doesn’t mean they’ve ever slacked off when bringing content to other regions. Gamescom was a prime example of that.
With that being said, it is expected that Sony will always turn in a monumental performance in their home country. While we won’t know for sure what all Sony has up their sleeve until the event actually gets here, we do have an idea of just how much work Sony is putting in to this event. All we had to do was take a look at the games they’re bringing to the floor.
- 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
Want to get your hands on some future PSN goodness? No worries, they’re bringing a few of those as well.
- Angel Senki
- PixelJunk Shooter
- Gravity Crush
- Hustler King
- Fat Princess
If that isn’t enough for you, Sony says they’re bringing at least 2 more titles that have yet to be announced.
If you’re wondering why on Earth Sony would be bringing games that have already been out for a while, like Fat Princess and inFAMOUS, it’s because those games have yet to launch in Japan.
As you go through that list again, we pose a question for you. If you could pick one game out of that list to get some hands-on time with yourself, which would it be and why?