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More than 25 PS3 games playable at TGS - Sony

Sony has announced that 27 PlayStation 3 games will be playable at the this year's Tokyo Game Show - alongside PSP titles which make use of the new GPS add-on for the handheld.

Sony has announced that 27 PlayStation 3 games will be playable at the this year's Tokyo Game Show - alongside PSP titles which make use of the new GPS add-on for the handheld.

According to Reuters, the list of games will include first-party titles Genji, Formula One, Heavenly Sword, Lair, Minna no Golf 5, MotorStorm, Gran Turismo, and Resistance: Fall of Man. Attendees will also get to try out The Eye of Judgment, a new card battling game for EyeToy introduced at E3.

Capcom's Devil May Cry 4, a surprise no-show at this year's E3, will also make an appearance, along with Ridge Racer 7 and Mobile Suit Gundam: Target in Sight from Namco Bandai. Koei's line-up is comprised of Blade Storm Hyakunen Sensou, Fatal Inertia and Mahjong Taikai IV, while Ongakukan will present Railfan. The last titles on the list to be announced so far are From Software's Armored Core 4 and Coded Arms Assault from Konami.

Visitors to TGS will also get to try out the new GPS add-on for the PSP and compatible titles such as Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops and Minna no Golf - plus Homestar Portable, Sega's planetarium application, and Edia's navigation software.

Non-GPS titles on show will include Jeanne d'Arc, Tenchi no Mon 2, Ratchet & Clank Portable and Saru Get You Piposaru Race - all from SCE. Namco Bandai will present Ace Combat X, Gundam Battle Royal and Tales of the World Radiant Mythology.

And finally, there's Ertain's Boxer's Road 2: The Real, Sangokumuso from Koei and Metal Gear Solid Bande Dessinee. The Sony booth will feature PSP Spots so visitors can download demos to Memory Stick Duo.

The Tokyo Game Show is set to take place from September 22 - 24 at the Makahuri Messe in Chiba. It's already being billed as the biggest TGS ever, with record consumer and industry attendance figures predicted.

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