Several Square-Enix videos from Tokyo Game Show 2019 including Dragon Quest X TV, STAR OCEAN PROGRAM R, Dragon Quest XI S Special Stage, Seiken Densetsu 3 Trials of Mana Special Stage, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition Special Stage, and Saga Series Special Stage.
This year’s Tokyo Game Show has now ended with a total of 260,276 visitors (down 36,614 from last year), and 655 companies and organisations from 40 countries and regions. Next year’s show will be held at Makuhari Messe from 24-27 September 2020.
Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has won the Game of the Year Award, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award, Global Award Japan Category, Best Sales Award, and the Award for Excellence in the Japan Game Awards at this year’s Tokyo Game Show event. Masahiro Sakurai was on-hand to collect the awards. Nintendo Labo won the Special Award and Dragon Quest Builders 2 also won an Excellence Award. Thanks to Naruki and @7C4FoH0rwv6oijE.
PLAYISM are set to announce four new games ahead of the Tokyo Game Show in 11 September. Games already confirmed for TGS include the pictured visual novel Necrobarista, the bartending simulator N1RV Ann-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action, and the simulation game Everything. Look out for a separate post for any Switch game announcements!
Kakehashi Games have announced their Tokyo Game Show 2019 line-up with six titles including the pictured RPG Haven and open-world farming game Stranded Sails, as well as the adventure game Mosaic, the roguelite farming game Atomicrops, the strategy game Kingdom: Two Crowns, and the puzzle platformer Etherborn. Trailers for Haven and Stranded Sails added below..
Another Indie Studio have announced their Tokyo Game Show 2019 line-up with four titles including the pictured medieval RPG Elden: Path of the Forgotten which wasn’t previously confirmed for Japanese release, along with the previously confirmed action RPG Neverinth, the 2D action game Vigil: The Longest Night, and the action platformer Georifters. Videos for all four titles added below…
Full page magazine advert for the Tokyo Game Show 2019 taken from the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu. Order physical copies of the magazine here – use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off all orders over $20!
Sega Games have updated the webpage detailing the stage shows at this year’s Tokyo Game Show which takes place from 12-15 September with stages including for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Tokyo 2020 Olympics The Official Video Game, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Mega Mix, Phantasy Star Online 2, and the SEGA AGES series. Future SEGA AGES series titles are confirmed to be featured.
Level-5 have revealed that Yo-kai Watch 1 for Nintendo Switch will be playable in the family area at the Tokyo Game Show on 14-15 September. Further information is here. The game releases in Japan on 10 October. Pre-order here and use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off.