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Tokyo Game Show 2010 Lineup
It's like E3, but in a foreign language! And maybe less booth babes.
09.10.10 - 9:20 PM

It's our second favorite time of year again (our favorite, of course, being E3)! Tokyo Game Show will be upon us next week already, and RPGFan will be there. There will be much to see (and play) at the show, so as companies have announced what they'll be showing at the event, we've compiled a list of titles that fall under our realm of coverage below:

Square Enix
Playable:
-The 3rd Birthday (PSP)
-Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded (DS)
-SaGa 3: Shadow or Light (DS)
-Tactics Ogre: The Wheel of Fortune (Let Us Cling Together) (PSP)
-Final Fantasy Legends: Warriors of Light and Darkness (mobile)

Not playable/video only:
-Final Fantasy XIV (PC, PS3)
-Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PS3, XB360)
-Final Fantasy XIII Ultimate Hits International (XB360)
-Final Fantasy XI (PS2, XB360, PC)
-Dragon Quest Monsters - Joker 2 (DS)

Bethesda (at Square Enix's booth)
Playable
-Fallout: New Vegas (PS3, XB360)

Koei
-Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll (PS3)

Namco Bandai
Playable
-Tales of Graces F (PS3)

Nihon Falcom (at Konami's booth)
-Eiyuu Densetsu: Zero no Kiseki (Legend of Heroes) (PSP)

SEGA
Playable
-Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity (PSP)
-Shining Hearts (PSP)

Nippon ichi Software
-Disgaea title (PS3)

Level 5
Playable
-Nino Kuni (DS)
-Nino Kuni (PS3)

(Note: most playable titles on Sony platforms will be at Sony's booth as well.)

Of course, there is sure to be a surprise announcement or two at the show itself. Tokyo Game Show runs from September 16th to 19th, so stay tuned to RPGFan for more coverage during the show!


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