E3 is right around the corner next week and SEGA/Atlus has revealed their E3 2019 line up and are ramping up for a packed show filled with unforgettable games and activities to enjoy during the trade show from June 11-13 at Booth #4800 in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Here are the games that will be playable at the show floor.
- Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
- SEGA Genesis Mini
- Catherine: Full Body
- Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
As for activities, the SEGA/Atlus booth will feature a retro-themed corner with a GIANT, functioning SEGA Genesis controller as seen in SEGA FES, in door rock-climbing, free swag, and a dedicated Catherine: Full Body Experience! event. Fellow SEGAbits writer, Dakota, and I will bring you full coverage at E3 with our hands-on impressions next week. Read the full press release after the break.
SEGA and ATLUS Announce E3 2019 Line-Up and Show Floor Activities
Take in the Catherine: Full Body Experience, Play on a Giant Genesis Controller, Get Free Swag, and More!
IRVINE, Calif – June 7, 2019 – SEGA® and ATLUS are ramping up for a packed show filled with unforgettable games and activities to enjoy during E3 2019! Between June 11-13 at Booth #4800 in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center, E3 attendees on the show floor will be among the first to go hands-on with an impressive line-up of playable video games.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Playable for the First Time!
In the lead is Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020! The latest in the beloved Mario & Sonic crossover series, players will be able to experience the Olympic Games events together, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch™ with many fan-favorite characters. Speaking of fan-favorites…
SEGA Genesis Mini Gameplay for Everyone!
Visitors to our booth will be able to try the SEGA Genesis Mini! Take a seat in our retro-themed corner and play your favorite Genesis titles ahead of its worldwide release on September 19! Seat taken? Well, why not spend some time with our GIANT, functioning SEGA Genesis controller!
Tons of Free Swag and Indoor Rock-Climbing
E3 attendees can put their strength and stamina to the test with our indoor rock-climbing wall! We’ll also have plenty of swag to pluck from titles like Judgment, Catherine: Full Body, and the hotly anticipated Persona 5 Royal. We’ll even have SEGA Retro T-shirts, and you don’t want to miss your chance to take one home.
The Enticing Catherine: Full Body Experience
Attend our Catherine: Full Body Experience! Indulge in a more mature side of the expo as you sip on Catherine-themed libations, snap captivating pictures at our photospot, listen to the seductive sounds of our live in-house DJ, and get some one-on-one time with the game at one of our demo stations. We’ll also have some enchanting sheep swag (while supplies last)!
While the event has already been booked up, there will be a standby line at the event. For full event details, location, and opening / closing times, please check the event page
More Games Releasing this Summer, Playable on the Show Floor!
Play Judgment, a thrilling crime drama from the creators of the critically acclaimed Yakuza series that tells the story of private detective Takayuki Yagami and his quest for redemption. Judgment releases right after E3 on June 25!
Next up is Catherine: Full Body, a full-fledged remaster to 2011’s award-winning Catherine packed with all-new branching story paths, improved visuals and gameplay, brand-new music, enhanced multiplayer options, and much more. Those who play the demo at our booth can pick up a sheep-horn headband (while supplies last)! Catherine: Full Body releases on September 3.
Sharing the spotlight is Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, the sequel to the popular Persona crossover game for the Nintendo 3DS™, now featuring the Phantom Thieves from Persona 5! Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is available now.
But that’s not all! This is simply a taste of what we have planned for attendees when they stop by our booth during E3. In the meantime, for the most up-to-date information about SEGA, ATLUS, or any of its studios, visit www.sega.com
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