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TGS 2019

At Tokyo Game Show 2019, Square Enix kindly set us up with a special demo session of the upcoming Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition for Switch. Sifting through the miasma, I sat down with three others to crawl through the dungeon-like environments and bring back some Myrrh (AKA impressions) for our readers. Though I’m not so sure the town will be very festive upon my return from this excursion…

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Last week’s Tokyo Game Show had a huge amount of games to check out. Just about every platform was represented, though some featured more titles than others.

As for Nintendo platforms, Switch dropped slightly from 144 last year to 129 this year, as did 3DS from 5 to 3. Wii U was finally absent for the first time after the system had two games on display in 2018.

Here’s the full breakdown by platform:

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Hello, my Ring-con and leg straps! We are back from our break, and we’re covering Tokyo Game Show and the Ring Fit Adventure in this week’s episode of NEP. Check the episode out for some sneak peaks at what we were up to at TGS2019 and what content we’ve got coming in the near future on Nintendo Everything.

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The annual Japan Game Awards were held at the Tokyo Game Show today. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate took home several wins, including the esteemed Grand Award.

As for other products represented, Nintendo Labo won for “Special Prize”. Dragon Quest Builders 2 was included in the “Award for Excellence” category.

Below are the full results:

SEGA’s TGS 2019 lineup

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SEGA has announced its full lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2019. Highlights include Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Hatsune Miku: Project Diva MegaMix, SEGA Ages, and Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD.

Here’s the full lineup:

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Bandai Namco has announced its lineup for this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Between trailers and playable games, the show will be featuring Digimon Survive, Little Nightmares II, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, and more.

The lineup is as follows:

Konami today announced its full lineup of games for Tokyo Game Show 2019.

The following titles will be featured:

Back in May, Square Enix announced Star Ocean: First Departure R, an HD remaster of Star Ocean: First Departure, which itself was a remake of the very first Star Ocean game. Ahead of Tokyo Game Show 2019, where the game will be featured, Square Enix published the first four screenshots of the game, as well as a little description on their TGS site (credit goes to Gematsu for the translation):

The 2007-released remake of Star OceanStar Ocean: First Departure—appears as a high-definition port with new features! In addition to the high-definition upgrade, the game is fully voiced through new recordings by the original Star Ocean cast. The character illustrations have also been redrawn based on the original designs, which you can switch between with the original remake illustrations.

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Square Enix today announced its full lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2019. A number of games will be playable or present in some fashion, including Dragon Quest XI S, Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition, and Trials of Mana.

Square Enix’s lineup is as follows:

Today, Koei Tecmo revealed their lineup of games for the upcoming Tokyo Game Show 2019, which will take place between September 12 and September 15.  This year, they are actually fairly light on Switch titles they’ll show off: Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout will be one of the big focal points of their lineup, with it getting a live stream and a stage presentation. It’ll also be playable on the show floor. Other than that, there’ll only be a trailer for the recently announced port of Monster Rancher. Here’s their full lineup:

  • Atelier Online: Alchemists of Braceir (iOS, ANdroid) – Trailer, Stage, Live Stream
  • Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout (PS4, Switch, PC) – Playable, Trailer, Stage, Live Stream
  • Daikou Kaijidai VI (iOS, Android) – Trailer
  • Dead or Alive 6 (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – Trailer, Stage
  • Dead or Alive Xtreme: Venus Vacation (PC, Mac) – Trailer, Stage
  • Monster Rancher (Switch, iOS, Android) – Trailer
  • Nioh 2 (PS4) – Playable, Trailer, Stage, Live Stream
  • Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV (PS4, PC) – Playable, Trailer, Stage, Live Stream
  • Shin Sangokushi (iOS, Android) – Trailer
  • Yo-kai Sangokushi: Kuni Tori Wars (iOS, Android) – Trailer

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