Here's What Sony Will Be Showing At Tokyo Game Show 2016

Sony Japan’s website has a full rundown of what PS4, Vita,
and PS VR games will be at TGS this year.

Tokyo Game Show might not have quite the same draw as it did
years ago, but Sony still has a solid line-up planned for the show, including some
big first-party titles like Horizon Zero Dawn and Gran Turismo Sport and a few
third-party titles like Final Fantasy XV and Resident Evil 7.

Here’s a translated list of Sony’s TGS line-up, courtesy of Gematsu.
All of the titles are listed as playable at the show.

PlayStation 4 Titles

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (Capcom)
Samurai Warriors:
Sanada Maru (Koei Tecmo)
Nioh (Koei
Tecmo)
Kingdom Hearts HD
2.8: Final Chapter Prologue (Square Enix)
Final Fantasy XII:
The Zodiac Age (Square Enix)
Final Fantasy XV (Square
Enix)
World of Final
Fantasy (Square Enix)
Valkyria: Azure
Revolution (Sega)
Yakuza 6 (Sega)
Gravity Rush 2 (SIE)
Horizon: Zero Dawn (SIE)
New Hot Shots Golf (SIE)
Gran Turismo Sport (SIE)
Call of Duty:
Infinite Warfare (SIE)
SD Gundam G
Generation Genesis (Bandai Namco)
Sword Art Online:
Hollow Realization (Bandai Namco)
Tekken 7 (Bandai
Namco)
Dragon Ball
Xenoverse 2 (Bandai Namco)
Fate/Extella: The
Umbral Star (Marvelous)
LEGO Star Wars: The
Force Awakens (Warner Bros.)

PlayStation Vita Titles:

World of Final
Fantasy (Square Enix)
Macross Delta
Scramble (Bandai Namco)
Fate/Extella: The
Umbral Star (Marvelous)
LEGO Star Wars: The
Force Awakens (Warner Bros.)

PlayStation VR Titles:

Rez Infinite (Enhance
Games)
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (Capcom)
Hatsune Miku: VR
Future Live (Sega)
Farpoint (SIE)
PlayStation VR
Worlds (SIE)
RIGS: Mechanized
Combat League (SIE)
The Playroom VR (SIE)
The Idolmaster:
Cinderella Girls Viewing Revolution (Bandai Namco)
Batman: Arkham VR (Warner
Bros.)

Tokyo Game Show runs from September 15-18 – visit Game
Informer throughout the weekend for hands-on impressions from the show floor!

[Source: Sony,
translation via Gematsu]

 

Our Take
It might not be Sony’s
most impressive showing ever, but considering the fact that both Microsoft and
Nintendo are skipping TGS completely, it’s nice to see the company is still
prepping a Japan-focused line-up for TGS goers.

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