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Titanfall, Killer Instinct, and Ryse: Son of Rome on display at Tokyo Game Show this month; Xbox 360, Windows games also to be featured.

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Microsoft has announced its Tokyo Game Show lineup, revealing it will have 30 games total on display at the company's booth, including eight playable Xbox One titles.

The full list of Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Windows titles that Microsoft is bringing to the show is available below.

By comparison, Sony is bringing more than 50 games to the show across PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation Mobile, including Killzone: Shadow Fall, Dark Souls II, and Wolfenstein: The New Order.

The 2013 Tokyo Game Show takes place September 19-22. GameSpot will be in attendance at the event.

Xbox One

Titanfall
Forza Motorsport 5
Ryse: Son of Rome
Crimson Dragon
Kinect Sports Rivals
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood
Killer Instinct
FIFA 14

Xbox 360

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
Armored Core Verdict Day
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z
FIFA 14
Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
F1 2013
Phantom Breaker Extras
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate
World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition
Fable Anniversary
NBA 2K14
Rocksmith 2014
Bandfuse: Rock Legends
Painkiller: Hell and Damnation
Castlevania Lords of Shadow Fate: Magic Mirror HD Edition
Constant C
Strider
Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion
Deadfall Adventures
Splinter Cell: Blacklist

Windows

Halo: Spartan Assault

Source: http://www.gamespot.com/news/microsofts-tgs-2013-lineup-includes-8-xbox-one-games-6414286



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Yay for Titanfall and Killer Instinct

 

Didn't Phil Spencer say something about surprise announcements at TGS?

Is Microsoft going to have a conference, or is that just Sony? A sequel, or game like Lost Odyssey would sell me a One within 3 months also.

Bet with JoeTheBro: He wins if Infamous Second Son end of year sales > Titanfall (XBO) end of year sales. I win if the opposite occurs.

Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon and Onechanbara sequels please.





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pbroy said:
Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon and Onechanbara sequels please.


Never played a Onechanbara game but I totally agree with the first two.  When it comes to Lost Odyssey I would even be happy with a spin off game.



Nsanity said:
Didn't Phil Spencer say something about surprise announcements at TGS?

I hope he did. For their sake...

Zero titles to appeal to the Japanese at the moment.



Watch this space - counting down to the GOTG soon

pezus said:
Nsanity said:
Didn't Phil Spencer say something about surprise announcements at TGS?

I hope he did. For their sake...

Zero titles to appeal to the Japanese at the moment.


I don't see a problem with that since Japan won't even buy the console 

 

Spend that money on games for places that will buy the it



Azerth said:
pezus said:
Nsanity said:
Didn't Phil Spencer say something about surprise announcements at TGS?

I hope he did. For their sake...

Zero titles to appeal to the Japanese at the moment.


I don't see a problem with that since Japan won't even buy the console 

 

Spend that money on games for places that will buy the it

360 sales in the early years disagree with you, bro. They were like 15-50 times higher than they are now. You ask "why bother showing games if they won't buy the console" and I reply with "why even bother going to TGS if you have nothing to show?"



Watch this space - counting down to the GOTG soon

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Azerth said:


I don't see a problem with that since Japan won't even buy the console 

 

Spend that money on games for places that will buy the it


Keep the exposure to a bare minimum.

Send out enough shipments that would be best to reflect xbox360 sales from start of the gen to finish - i.e. dont overstock.

Selling couple of units or so in the thousands even is better than not selling anything at all. The numbers may be small at individual bases but overall it could have an impact as small as it may be. Otherwise it'll be like giving the competition a free card for win.