Sony confirms forty PS3 titles to be playable at TGS

  • Posted September 4th, 2007 at 08:38 EDT by

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has announced the official list of PlayStation 3 games that will be playable at the Tokyo Game Show later this month.

The full list below shows the 36 already announced titles that will be playable at TGS. However, Sony has promised that a further four unannounced titles will join the list, bringing the total of playable games to 40.

The full list:

- Record of Agarest War (Idea Factory)
- Spiderman 3 (Activision)
- Transformers (Activision)
- Pirates of the Caribbean World End (Disney)
- FIFA 2008 (EA)
- NBA Live 08 (EA)
- Need For Speed Pro Street (EA)
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (EA)
- Railfan Taiwan Koutetsu (Ongakkan)
- Devil May Cry 4 (Capcom)
- PixelJunk Racers (Q Games)
- Unannounced Title (Q Entertainment)
- G1 Jockey 4 2007 (Koei)
- Dynasty Warriors 6 (Koei)
- The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion (Spike)
- Tony Hawk Project 8 (Spike)
- Sega Rally (Sega)
- Inabikisou (Sega)
- Oideyo LocoRoco!! Buu Buu Cocoreccho (Sony)
- Eye of Judgment Biolith Rebellion (Sony)
- echochrome (Sony)
- Go! Sports Ski (Sony)
- Heavenly Sword (Sony)
- LittleBigPlanet (Sony)
- Rise From Lair (Sony)
- Warhawk (Sony)
- Uncharted (Sony)
- Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (Sony)
- Mainichi Isyo (Sony)
- Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (Sony)
- White Knight Story (Sony)
- Ratatouille (THQ Japan)
- Dark Sector (D3 Publisher)
- Time Crisis 4 (Bandai Namco Games)
- Assassin's Creed (Ubisoft)
- Ghost Recon Advance Warfighter 2 (Ubisoft)

In addition to the 40 titles playable at the event, the company has also confirmed it will have a theatre showcasing a total of 50 PlayStation 3 titles in video form.

The Tokyo Game Show 2007 will be held at the Makuhari Messe convention center just outside Tokyo from September 20th - 22nd.

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