SEGA’s Tokyo Game Show website opens, reveals game lineup

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SEGA of Japan has opened their 2013 Tokyo Game Show website, which reveals their game lineup for the show. Titles include Yakuza Ishin (PS3, PS4), Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC), Phantasy Star Nova (Vita), Hatsune Miku Project Mirai 2 (3DS), Hatsune Miku Project Diva-F 2nd (Vita, PS3), the recently revealed Puyo Puyo Tetris (PS3, Wii U, 3DS, Vita), Hero Bank (3DS) Song Set 575 (Vita), Lets make a Pro Soccer Club! (PS3, Vita), and Sonic Lost World (Wii U, 3DS). The site also offers a look at the SEGA booth, the show program, a list of swag being given out (probably my favorite page), and a shopping page where you’ll see a cute Sonic coffee mug and an awesome Mega Drive 25th anniversary shirt. Yet to be unlocked are movie and photo pages.

Tokyo Game Show begins September 19th, stay tuned to SEGAbits for more Tokyo Game Show news! After the break, check out some Puyo Puyo Tetris and Phantasy Star Nova screens from the SEGA TGS site.


7 responses to “SEGA’s Tokyo Game Show website opens, reveals game lineup

  1. Trippled says:

    No Shining and 7th Dragon makes me hope they are working on something that’s not crap…

  2. jopamine says:

    The sega fan would be nice, from the yakuza game, an also the mouse pad and clear folder. ( from the swag.) There are a bunch of other hand fans and stickers. Oh, maybe i can snag a puyopuyo yoyo.

  3. InTheSky says:

    Quite like the booth layout diagram.

    I am curious to hear the Yakuza Ishin impressions…

  4. Sigma says:

    PS Nova looks pretty good. I wonder how similar the gameplay will be to PSO2.

  5. Aki-at says:

    Really interested in seeing the changes made in Ryu a Gotoku Ishin and want to see what tri-Ace’s take on Phantasy Star will be like.

    Outside of that, I am curious to see what SEGA’s attempt at hitting the children gaming market with Hero Bank would look like and would be quite interested in Puyo Puyo Tetris if they bring that over.

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