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Microsoft Announces TGS Line-Up
09.20.06 - 1:12 PM

At Microsoft's Media Briefing, no new titles were announced, but the company shed some more light on what games it will show off at Tokyo Game Show later this week. While the list does not contain any surprises, Hironobu Sakaguchi was on hand to discuss his various projects. Development of Sakaguchi's Blue Dragon was pretty much complete, apparently, as the game is scheduled to hit Japanese retail store shelves on December 7th. In addition to the game's standard release, Microsoft will also offer a bundle including the game and an Xbox 360 core system for 28,310 yen ($240.49 USD).

The below listed Diario Rebirth Moon Legend from Idea Factory was originally announced as "Spectral Diario" last year and will be a remake of the PlayStation 2 strategy RPG Rebirth Moon.

Blue Dragon, Microsoft, December 7th, Playable and trailer
Lost Odyssey, Microsoft, 2007, Playable and trailer
Diario Rebirth Moon Legend, Idea Factory, 2006, Trailer only
Operation Darkness, Success, 2006, Playable and trailer
Phantasy Star Universe, Sega, December 2006, Trailer only
Trusty Bell: Chopin no Yume, Bandai Namco Games, tba, Playable and trailer
Super Robot Taisen XO, Banpresto, November 30th, Playable and trailer

This year's edition of Tokyo Game Show will take place in Chiba prefecture's Makuhari Messe and run from Friday, September 22nd through Sunday, September 24th.


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