Tokyo Games Show Schedule announced

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Jordan Smith

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Tokyo Game Show has released its schedule for September 24th – 27th. Whilst the event is packed to include some huge names such as Koei Techmo Games, Square Enix and Sega, we will not see anything from console giants Nintendo and Sony. Both of these Japanese giants are intent on bringing the next generation to their line of consoles, with Sony’s PlayStation 5 and Nintendo’s alleged 4K switch. Unfortunately, we will not see either in Japans biggest Gaming event, meaning that we are still left hanging for any real news on any Next Gen console in terms of pricing and release date. Microsoft Japan, however, will be at the Tokyo Games Show. Microsoft has famously failed in Japan with previous consoles, meaning a big announcement in Tokyo could be a big success for the American Mega Corporation.

Looking at other companies showing up at Tokyo Games Shows we will see a lot more announcements for upcoming games. However, it is still unknown to us here at 3Bit as to what we can expect from any of the companies which you can check out below. We have noticed that Capcom have a slot for day 2 of the event and they will be showcasing Resident Evil Village. We hope that during this showcase we will see a lot of exciting new details for the popular horror title. Going hand in hand with the Horror theme, we are incredibly hopeful that we will see something from Konami on Silent Hill, as once again rumours have been circling our usual sources on Facebook and Twitter, albeit with minimal traction. Square Enix has also announced their roster for Tokyo Games Show and will include showcases from Avengers, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memories and Balan Wonderland, along with many more exciting titles. What do you think we will see at the Tokyo Games Show, check out the full schedule below and let us know your thoughts on our social media pages, which you can find and follow at the bottom of this page!

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