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Tokyo Game Show 2012 Nintendo Platform Title List

by Danny Bivens - September 19, 2012, 7:18 pm EDT
Total comments: 1

Curious about what Nintendo titles will be at the show? We have you covered!

While most of the trade shows in the West since E3 have allowed gamers and the media alike a chance to play the Wii U, Japan still doesn’t and won't have this chance. Regardless, there are still a handful of interesting titles that will be playable on the Tokyo Game Show floor this week. The show starts on Thursday, September 20 and runs until Sunday, September 23. Here’s a list of what will be there and what you can expect to be covered by team Japan:

Nintendo 3DS

E.X. Troopers
Gyakuten Saiban 5
Monster Hunter 4

Namco Bandai
Lost Heroes
Naruto SD: Powerful Shippuden
Project X Zone

Square Enix
Bravely Default: Flying Fairy (video)
Slime Mori Mori Dragon Quest 3: Daikaizoku to Shippodan (at last year's show, released 11/2011)
Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry’s Wonderland 3D (released 5/2012)

Level 5
Fantasy Life
Inazuma Eleven Go 2 Chrono no Stone Nebbu/Raimei
Inazuma Eleven 1,2,3 Endō Mamoru Densetu (video)
Layton Kyōju VS Gyakuten Saiban (Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney)
Layton Kyōju to Chō Bunmei A no Isan (Professor Layton and the Legacy of Super Civilization A)

Temco Koei
Samurai Warriors Chronicle 2nd (released earlier this month)


Level 5
Inazuma Eleven Go Strikers 2013

Wii U

Monster Hunter Tri G HD Version

Square Enix
Dragon Quest X

Turtle Beach (accessories)
Earforce NLa
Earforce N11

Other Platforms (Nintendo related titles)

Square Enix
The World Ends With You: Solo Remix (iOS)

Rhythm Thief (iOS)


MrPhishfoodSeptember 19, 2012

Very strong showing for 3DS.

I have a feeling Capcom is going to see how well Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate is going to sell in the west before deciding to release Monster Hunter 4. I predict we may see it 6 months to a year after the Japanese get it, worse case scenario we never get it.

I'm also interested in EX Troopers, Capcom's anime styled take on the Lost Planet universe. Bravely Default Flying, could use a change in title but I was very amazed by the graphics I've seen so far.

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