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Sony's Tokyo Game Show 2019 Lineup is Stacked

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Sony announces its full lineup of games that will be on display at Tokyo Game Show 2019. Japan's biggest video game expo begins in just one week, running September 12-15 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba.

Sony has been notably absent from most trade shows as of late, at least when it comes to holding its own press conferences. Sony cancelled its PlayStation Experience show in 2018, and it doesn't look very likely the company will be holding one in 2019 either. It also chose not to give a press conference of its own at either E3 or Gamescom in 2019, perhaps taking a cue from Nintendo's modern approach to game announcements. However, Sony still had a substantial presence at both of these shows, even becoming one of the most popular publishers at E3 2019 despite not actually attending. The company is evidently focusing on PlayStation titles that have already been announced, with most of its recent showings involving new trailers or playable builds of upcoming games.

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Sony won't be holding a press conference at Tokyo Game Show this year either, but that doesn't mean the company won't be there. In fact, a translated PlayStation Blog post from Gematsu shows that Sony has quite a lot of things planned for the event. The post reveals a huge list of games the company will be showing at TGS 2019, including a number of the most anticipated titles on the horizon. Check out the full list below:

PlayStation 4 Titles

  • 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim (Atlus) – Trailer
  • AI: The Somnium Files (Spike Chunsoft) – Trailer
  • Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout (Koei Tecmo) – Trailer
  • Biped (Next Studios) – Trailer
  • Borderlands 3 (Take-Two Interactive Japan) – Playable, Trailer
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Code Vein (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Concrete Genie (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Contra: Rogue Corps (Konami) – Trailer
  • Control (Marvelous) – Trailer
  • Cyberpunk 2077 (Spike Chunsoft) – Trailer
  • The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Death Stranding (SIE) – Trailer
  • Destiny 2: Shadowkeep (SIE) – Trailer
  • Digimon Survive (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Divinity: Original Sin II Definitive Edition (Spike Chunsoft) – Trailer
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (Bandai Namco) – Playable, Trailer
  • Dreams (SIE) – Trailer
  • eFootball PES 2020 (Konami) – Playable, Trailer
  • FIFA 20 (EA) – Playable, Trailer
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake (Square Enix) – Playable, Trailer
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition (Square Enix) – Trailer
  • Fortnite (Epic Games) – Playable, Trailer
  • Genshin Impact (Mihoyo) – Playable, Trailer
  • Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (Ubisoft) – Trailer
  • Ghost of Tsushima (SIE) – Trailer
  • Granblue Fantasy: Versus (Cygames) – Playable, Trailer
  • Gungrave G.O.R.E. (Iggymob) – Trailer
  • Inazuma Eleven Ares (Level-5) – Trailer
  • Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite Combate (Mages) (also on PS Vita) – Trailer
  • Little Nightmares II (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Marvel’s Avengers (Square Enix) – Trailer
  • MediEvil (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection (Capcom) – Trailer
  • Monkey King: Hero is Back (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (Capcom) – Trailer
  • Need for Speed: Heat (EA) – Trailer
  • New Guilty Gear (Arc System Works) – Trailer
  • Nioh 2 (Koei Tecmo) – Playable, Trailer
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 (Bandai Namco) – Playable, Trailer
  • One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Persona 5 Royal (Atlus) – Playable, Trailer
  • Project Resistance (Capcom) – Playable, Trailer
  • Project Sakura Wars (Sega) – Playable, Trailer
  • ReadySet Heroes (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV (Koei Tecmo) – Trailer
  • Romancing SaGa 3 (Square Enix) (also on PS Vita) – Trailer
  • Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin (Marvelous) – Trailer
  • SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Shenmue III (Koch Media / Deep Silver) – Trailer
  • Star Ocean: First Departure R (Square Enix) – Trailer
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (EA) – Trailer
  • Sword Art Online: Alicization Lycoris (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Tales of Arise (Bandai Namco) – Trailer
  • Trials of Mana (Square Enix) – Playable, Trailer
  • Watch Dogs: Legion (Ubisoft) – Trailer
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Sega) – Playable, Trailer
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PlayStation VR Titles

  • Concrete Genie (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Deemo Reborn (Unties) – Playable, Trailer
  • Marvel’s Iron Man VR (SIE) – Playable, Trailer
  • Hatsune Miku VR (Degica Games) – Playable, Trailer
  • Sairento VR (Initiative Media) – Trailer
  • Stumper (Thirteenth Floor Corporation) – Trailer
  • Throw Anything (Visual Light) – Playable, Trailer

PlayStation Presents Live Show at TGS 2019 Titles

  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (SIE)
  • Death Stranding (SIE)
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (Bandai Namco)
  • Final Fantasy VII Remake (Square Enix)
  • Gran Turismo Sport (SIE)
  • Nioh 2 (Koei Tecmo)
  • Project Resistance (Capcom)
  • Yakuza: Like a Dragon (Sega)

Sony will have plenty of public kiosks set up at Tokyo Game Show, and its PlayStation Presents live show seems similar to the Treehouse presentations that Nintendo is known to have at major trade shows. Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan will organize stage events for the PlayStation Presents live show titles at the main PlayStation booth, which will be live-streamed on YouTube and Twitch. While most of the games on the list above will only be getting new trailers, there are some big standouts that will be playable on the show floor, such as Final Fantasy VII Remake, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, and the unusually controversial Genshin Impact.

Sony may be keeping a comparatively low profile in the past year or so, but there's a good reason for that. The company's Chairman of Worldwide Studios, Shawn Layden, has previously explained that Sony doesn't really have anything new to show lately, hence its absences from recent trade shows. Still, considering the sheer amount of PlayStation titles coming in the future, it'll be good to get some more information on them - especially the more enigmatic ones like 13 Sentinels and Ghost of Tsushima. It's also probable that Sony will return to hosting its own press conferences in 2020, what with the rumored launch of the PS5.

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Source: PlayStation Blog (via Gematsu)

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