Sony confirms TGS 2010 lineup

With the Tokyo Game Show right around the corner, it’s going to be hard for Sony to outperform and out deliver the success they achieved at E3 2010 and Gamescom this year. Considering the company revealed its ability to start a strong relationship with Electronic Arts and bring Portal 2 over to PlayStation 3 at E3, it did even more by capturing Mass Effect 2 at Gamescom as well.

As expected, most of the software listed on the confirmed list has already been revealed and is highly anticipated, but Sony has also confirmed that two unannounced titles will be playable on the show floor.

The entire TGS list below seems to have a strong emphasis based around Sony’s upcoming motion technology called PlayStation Move and also seems as though Sony was being truthful in pushing 3D technology in gaming. Check out the full list below and let us know what you think.

PlayStation 3

Trinity Zill 0′ll Zero
World Soccer Winning Eleven
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
Front Mission Evolved
Gran Turismo 5
LittleBigPlanet 2
MotorStorm: Apocalypse
Tokyo Jungle
SOCOM 4: US Navy Seals
Killzone 3
Sly Cooper Collection
Red Dead Redemption
Tales of Graces F
Ni No Kuni


Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
World Soccer Winning Eleven
Lords of Arcana
Tactics Ogre
The 3rd Birthday
Yakuza: Black Panther
Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity
God of War: Ghosts of Sparta
Patapon 3
God Eater Burst
Tales of the World Radiant Mythology 3
Danbol Senki

PlayStation Move

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 (EA)
Resident Evil 5 Alternative Edition (Capcom)
Power Smash 4 (Sega)
LittleBigPlanet 2 (Sony)
Killzone 3 (Sony)
Heavy Rain (Sony)
Hustler King (Sony)
Beat Sketch! (Sony)
Machi Suberi (aka Kung Fu Rider, Sony)
Me & My Pet (Sony)
Sports Champion (Sony)
Fure! Fure! Bowling (Sony)
Echochrome: Hikari to Kage no Hako (Sony)
Move de Party (Sony)
Nikudan (Sony)
Furi Furi! Sarugechu (Sony)
TV Super Star (Sony)
Shooting Studio (Sony)
Tsumiki BLOQ (Sony)
Heroes on the Move (Sony)
Big 3 Gun Shooting (Namco Bandai)


Gran Turismo 5 (Sony)
Motor Storm 3 (Sony)
Killzone 3 (Sony)
Sly Cooper Collection (Sony)
Hustler King (Sony)

Readers Comments (9)

  1. Where is The Last Guardian?

  2. And where’s FF Versus XIII?

  3. Nvm, it’s probably at the Square Enix conference.

  4. Btw which date is TGS?

  5. Freakin ace. Sony’s domination has barely started.

  6. “highly anticipated” Why is Red Dead Redemption on that list? That game was released already wasn’t it?

  7. Tokyo Game Show is in Japan, where RDR still hasn’t been released.

  8. Last Guardian/Versus better show up at once during that show…

  9. I’d love to see more of The Sly Collection and SOCOM 4 at TGS.

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