Bandai Namco Entertainment, one of the biggest Japanese video game publishers, has opened a website dedicated to Tokyo Game Show 2017, and also revealed their initial game lineup in the event. With Tokyo Game Show being the biggest convention for Japanese video games, you can expect a plethora of games to be shown there, especially coming from a big publisher like Bandai Namco.
The following games will have full-course treatment planned at Tokyo Game Show 2017: playable demo, trailer, stage events and live streams. Note that for all games announced so far that are multi-platform, only the PS4 version of the demo will be available at the show.
- Code Vein (PS4, Xbox One, Steam)
- Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4, Xbox One)
- Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet (PS4)
- Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (PS4, Xbox One, Steam)
- City Shrouded in Shadow (PS4)
- Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! (PS4) (Note: This demo will be available in the general booth only on Business days; it will be only available to play at Family Game Park on Public days)
The following games will not have playable demos available, but will still have stage events and live streams along with trailers.
- Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker (PS4)
- .hack//G.U. Last Recode (PS4, Steam)
- Gundam Versus (PS4)
And finally, the following games will not have playable demos, events, or streams; they will only have trailers shown at the event.
- Girls und Panzer: Dream Tank Match (PS4)
- The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4)
- Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time (PS4)
- Gundam Battle Operation Next (PS4, PS3)
- Tekken 7 (PS4, Xbox One, Steam)
- Project CARS 2 (PS4, Steam)
- Summer Lesson (PS4)
- Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm Legacy (PS4)
- Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Hacker’s Memory (PS4, PS Vita)
- Gintama: Project Last Game (PS4, PS Vita)
- Get Even (PS4, PC)
- Impact Winter (PS4, PC)
- Little Nightmares (PS4, PC)
Remember that this is just the initial lineup, and Bandai Namco has teased that they will add much more titles to the list in the coming days as we are getting closer to Tokyo Game Show 2017, which will be held from September 21 to 24.
[Source: Bandai Namco]