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Preliminary TGS 2007 Exhibition List Announced
08.08.07 - 10:07 PM

The Japanese Computer Entertainment Suppliers Association (CESA) released an initial overview of various exhibitors' Tokyo Game Show presence. giving the public a first taste of what to expect from next month's Tokyo Game Show 2007. Since Japan's biggest gaming event won't get underway for another six weeks, many major exhibitors do not appear on the list released today. Among them are Capcom, Banpresto, Tecmo, Atlus as well as platform holders Sony Computer Entertainment and Microsoft. Furthermore, all the companies appearing on the list, including Bandai Namco, Konami Sega and Square Enix have yet to announce their full line-ups, hence the list below is still rather short:

Imabikisou, Sega, PlayStation 3, adventure
Senjou no Valkyria, Sega, PlayStation 3, RPG
Sakura Taisen DS, Sega, DS, RPG
Galaxy Angel II Mugen Kairou no Kagi, Broccoli, PlayStation 2, adventure/simulation
Rune Factory 2, Marvelous Interactive, DS, RPG
Dungeon Explorer, Hudson, PSP, action RPG
Layton Kyouju to Akuma no Hako, Level 5, tba, adventure
Untitled game set to create a new genre, Level 5, tba, tba

This year's edition of Tokyo Game Show will as always take place in the halls of the Makuhari Messe convention center in Chiba prefecture. The show will run from September 20th through 23rd.


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