3DS & Vita Tokyo Game Show Line-Up Revealed

September 12, 2012

Both Sony and Nintendo have revealed their handheld game line-ups for this year’s Tokyo Game Show, which is scheduled to run from from September 20th, to September 23rd this year. The two handhelds will be going head to head, and while the Vita’s titles may outnumber the 3DS’, both systems will have a strong showing. You can view the full list of titles that will be on display and available to play below:

PlayStation Vita

  • Malicious Rebirth (Alvion)
  • Picotto Knight (Game Arts)
  • Sakurasou no Pet na Kanjo (Sony)
  • Fate/Stay Night [Realta Nua] (Kadokawa Games)
  • Legend of Heroes: Zero no Kiseki Evolution (Falcom)
  • Street Fighter x Tekken (Capcom)
  • Atelier Totori Plus (Gust)
  • Nobunaga no Yabou with Powerup Kit (Koei)
  • Silent Hill Book of Memories (WayForward)
  • DJ Max Technika Tune (Pentavision)
  • Phantasy Star Online 2 (Sega)
  • Soul Sacrifice (Sony)
  • LittleBigPlanet PS Vita (Sony)
  • PlayStation All Stars Battle Royale (Sony)
  • Sound Shapes (Sony)
  • Earth Defense Forces 3 Portable (Sandlot)
  • Ys Celceta Sea of Trees (Falcom)
  • Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation (Ubisoft)
  • Little Battler eXperience W (Level-5)
  • Ciel No Surge (Tecmo Koei)
  • FIFA 13: World Class Soccer (EA)

Nintendo 3DS

  • Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney (Level-5)
  • Layton Brothers Mystery Room (Level-5)
  • Inazuma Eleven Go 2 (Level-5)
  • Fantasy Life (Level-5)
  • Danbooru Senki W (Level-5)
  • Professor Layton and the Legacy of Advanced Civilization A (Level-5)
  • Project X Zone (Namco Bandai Games)
  • Naruto SD Powerful Shippuden (Namco Bandai Games)
  • Aikatsu! Cinderella Lesson (Namco Bandai Games)
  • Tamagotchi (Namco Bandai Games)
  • Bravely Default: Flying Fairy (Square Enix)
  • Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime 2 (Square Enix)
  • Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry’s Wonderland 3D (Square Enix)
  • Samurai Warriors: Chronicle 2nd (Tecmo Koei)
  • Monster Hunter 4 (Capcom)
  • Lost Planet 3 E.X. Troopers (Capcom)

Sony mentioned that their list may end up containing a few surprises, as they are unable to list games that haven’t been announced yet. One thing’s for sure, there’s a lot of good games on the horizon for both handhelds, and hopefully most of them will make it out of Japan.