Fall Tokyo Game Show 2002 Software List

by Billy Berghammer - September 19, 2002, 1:07 pm PDT

What GameCube and Game Boy Advance games have been announced to be shown at the Tokyo Game Show? We break down the list.

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The Fall Tokyo Game Show 2002 kicks off this week at the Makuahari Messe in Chiba, Japan, and we've got a list of

what's so-far confirmed to be shown on GameCube and Game Boy

Advance.

Nintendo will not be presenting once again, but there will be a good amount of third party software represented. Take a gander...

Atlus

Game Boy Advance

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children -- Book of Light

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Children -- Book of Darkness

Bandai


Game Boy Advance

From TV Animation One Piece

Capcom

Game Boy Advance

Rockman EXE 3

Gyakuten Handan 2


GameCube

Biohazard 0

Mega Man .EXE Transmission

Game Boy Advance

Groove Adventure Rave 2


Epoch


Game Boy Advance

Magination


From Software


GameCube

Rune II

Hudson


GameCube

Momotarou Dentetsu

Kemco


GameCube

Egg Mania 


Game Boy Advance

Boulder Dash EX

Crazy Chase

Konami


GameCube

Disney Sports Basketball

Disney Sports Skateboarding

Muscle Champion


Game Boy Advance

Hard Spirits

Namco


GameCube

Mr. Driller Driller Land


Game Boy Advance

Klonoa Heroes: Legend of the Star Medal

Sega

Game Boy Advance

Sega Rally

Sonic Advance 2

GameCube

Eternal Arcadia Legend

Grand Heat (Burnout)

Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 & 2

Sonic Mega Collection

Super Monkey Ball 2

Square

Game Boy Advance:

Chocobo title

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance



Tecmo

Game Boy Advance

Monster Farm Advance 2


Tomy


GameCube

Zoids Vs.


Here's how everything breaks down per console and genre:

PlatformThe number of titles
Playstation 2

71

Game Boy Advance

53

Playstation

50

PC/Mac

47

Nintendo GameCube

29

Cellular phone

27

Xbox

18

Dreamcast

2

Others

36

GenreThe

number of titles

Action

66

RPG

42

Shooter

27

Sports

26

Adventure

21

Puzzle

21

Simulation

18

Racing

13

Others

111

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