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Over 40 games in Sony's pre-TGS presentation

Over 40 games in Sony's pre-TGS presentation

Mon 01 Sep 2014 9:08am GMT / 5:08am EDT / 2:08am PDT
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And more than 100 games coming to Vita before end of FY

Sony has featured over 40 games in its pre-TGS showcase, including a return of the Dragon Quest franchise to its platforms and the confirmation of a new Persona title. Both Dragon Quest Heroes and Persona 5 will be coming to PS3 and PS4.

It's unlikely that the full slate of the titles which took their turn on stage will make it out of the domestic market, but Sony was keen to plug global titles like Far Cry 4 and The Witcher 3 alongside some more niche games. Having been relatively starved of limelight at both E3 and Gamescom, the Vita also saw its fair share of attention, with over 100 games promised to be coming to the platform before the end of the financial year.

You can watch the presentation, in Japanese, below.

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Dirk van Wijk Student - Computer Science (Master)

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titles like Far Cry 4 and The Witcher 4
Witcher 3.

Posted:A month ago

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Greg Wilcox Creator, Destroy All Fanboys!

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@Dirk: Heh, maybe that wasn't a typo, but a tease of a future PS4 "exclusive" (runs from room)... :D

Posted:A month ago

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Paul Jace Merchandiser

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but a tease of a future PS4 "exclusive" (runs from room)... :D
Well the 360 got Witcher 2 as a console exclusive and the PS4 is selling much better than the XBO so you never know.

On topic, Sony's Morpheus headset TGS demo has been getting a bit of controversy after allowing people to view a school girl in her bedroom as one of the demos. From what I saw it's actually pretty tame by Japanese standards. Furthermore, theres a market for stuff like that over there so it's not very controversial after all.

Posted:A month ago

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