Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Konami, Level-5, Tecmo Koei and Sega unveil Tokyo Game Show lineups

Tokyo Game Show is shaping up to be something special, looking at what Sega, Konami, Tecmo Koei and Level-5 have in store.


Konami will demo Castlevania Lords of Shadow (PS3/X360), Magician's Quest (DS), Metal Gear Solid Rising (PS3/X360), DanceEvolution (X360), Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker (PSP), Zack to Ombra Maboroshi no Yuenchi (DS), Crossboard 7 (X360), and Otomedeus X (X360).

Partner published-game sharing the Konami booth include Legend of Heroes Zero no Kiseki (Falcom, PSP), Catherine (Atlus, PS3/X360), Metal Fight Beyblade (Hudson, DS), Metal Fight Beyblade Portable (Hudson, PSP), Momotaro Dentetsu World (Hudson, DS) and UFC Undisputed 2010 (Yukes, PS3/X360).

It’ll be a bitter-sweet event, having Atlus showing off a game, given recent events.


Let’s face it, all we really want to see from Level-5 is its Studio Ghibli partnership project, Ni no Kuni (DS, PS3).

But the publisher will also show off Mystery Room (DS) and Danbol Senki (PSP).

Tecmo Koei

Tecmo Koei has Dynasty Warriors Online (PS3/ Win) coming… personally, I’m sold on that already.

Then, to make us all wish we were able to attend the conference, the publisher is also holding a cosplay contest to celebrate 10 years of Dynasty Warriors - fun for everyone!

Given Tokyo Game Show's histroy, who else reckons this character will be on the cosplay list?
Other playable titles include Trinity Zill O'll (PS3), Troy Musou (PS3/X360), Quantum Theory (PS3/X360), Ishin no Arashi Shippuu Ryoumaden (DS), Winning Post 7 2010 (PS3/X360), Nobunaga's Ambition Online (PS2/Win) and Uncharted Waters Online (PS3/Win)


With Sega we’ll see a playable Vanquish (PS3/X360), Virtual On Force (X360), Sonic Colors (Wii/DS), Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity (PSP), Black Panther Yakuza New Chapter (PSP), Shining Hearts (PSP) and K-On After School Live (PSP).

The publisher will also house games from some of its partners. This year, that means Shiren the Wander 5 (Chunsoft, DS), F1 2010 (Codemasters), Bullet Soul (5pb., X360) and Arcana Heart 3 (Arc System Works, PS3/X360). Take-Two's Japanese division will show a video of Mafia II.

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