Sony Has Less Than 100 Games To Show At TGS
That sounds decidedly ambiguous, I love dealing in ambiguity. What I mean to say is that Sony is planning to show a lot of games at the Tokyo Games Show. With Gamescom and E3 out of the way this is the next biggest event in the gaming calendar to look forward to.
Sony is going all out with claims of 50 PlayStation that they’ll have on show at TGS this year. There’ll be the usual lineup of Knack, inFamous: Second Son and Killzone: Shadowfall. There will almost certainly be too many indie games to keep track of . We’ll also see Deep Down, the online dungeon crawler RPG.
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At least 10 of those will be PS4 titles.
TGS runs from 19-22 September with Sony set to deliver a day one keynote conference.
Titled ‘The World PlayStation 4 Creates’, the keynote session will be hosted by Sony Computer Entertainment president and group CEO Andrew House, senior vice president Masayasu Ito, and Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida.