Capcom, Sega, Activision, Epic, Konami and Tecmo Koei have all pledged support for the Next Generation Portable console from Sony.
At the PlayStation Meeting taking place today in Tokyo, Capcom revealed a downloadable version of the wildly popular Monster Hunter 3 Portable and a demo of Lost Planet 2.
Sega showed a demo of Ryu Ga Gotoku - known as Yakuza in the West - while Tecmo Koei brought a Dynasty Warriors title to the presentation.
Konami's Hideo Kojima revealed Metal Gear Solid 4 for the system, using the model data and environments from the PlayStation 3 version of the game, and also teased the possibility of a project playable across both the NGP and the PlayStation 3.
Epic's Tim Sweeny described the console as a "game-changer", demoing a new cartoon RPG, while Activision's Philip Earl announced a version of Call of Duty but offered no other details.