The annual Tokyo Game Show 2017 is only a week away. And according to the Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA) this year’s event is expected to be even bigger than last year, with more exhibiting companies attending to show off even more games than ever before. Here are a few things we can expect:
Square Enix will be featuring playable demos for their upcoming Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Psycho Break 2, Itadaki Street: Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary, and the online expansion pack Comrades for Final Fantasy XV. They will also be staging an event to show off their upcoming Seiken Densetsu 2: Secret of Mana, Dragon Quest X Online for the PS4 and Switch, Lost Sphear, and Project Octopath Traveler.
Capcom will be hosting playable demos for Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package, Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, Monster Hunter Stories Ver. 1.2 Renewal Edition, and Monster Hunter: World.
D3 Publisher will also be making an appearance, with playable demos for Earth Defense Force 5, Earth Defence Force 4.1: Wingdiver The Shooter, Bullet Girls Phantasia, and their PSVR title Happy Manager.
As for the Indie Game areas, a few notable mentions include the Japanese developer Gugenka, which has several VR titles as Alarm Clock VR! Eromanga Sensei, Parallel VR Live, and Dive!! VR Lesson. And KLab, a Japanese mobile game maker will have their largest booth yet, and featuring their flagship title Captain Tsubasa – Tatakae Dream Team – and Utano Princesama Shining Live. A long title for a popular game.
This year’s Tokyo Game Show begins on Thursday, September 21, and runs until Sunday, September 24. Stay tuned for more information from us at Trophy Hunter, including pictures and videos, when we cover the event next week.