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TGS 2021

At TGS today, the winners were announced for the Japan Game Awards 2021. A number of Switch games were selected across various categories with Monster Hunter Rise ultimately taking home the top prize alongside Ghost of Tsushima.

The full list of winners is as follows:

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A new Square Enix sale has kicked off on the Switch eShop sale in celebration of TGS 2021. It includes one of the first sales for NEO: The World Ends with You, classic Final Fantasy games, Mana, and more.

Here’s the full lineup of included games for the Square Enix TGS 2021 sale:

Two Switch games have been confirmed for TGS 2021 – specifically Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak and Chocobo GP.

Both of these were announced during the latest Nintendo Direct. Sunbreak is a new expansion for Monster Hunter Rise while Chocobo GP is a new title entirely.

Capcom will be sharing more news on Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak during Monster Hunter Spotlight for TGS on September 30 at the following times:

Ahead of TGS 2021 in just a couple of weeks, SEGA and Atlus have shared more information about its plans for the show. Aside from confirming their own lineup and partner titles, the full schedule of presentations has been posted.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Gematsu:

Square Enix is bringing Project Triangle Strategy to the Tokyo Game Show (TGS 2021) this year, the company has announced.

We’re still waiting for Square Enix to confirm its full lineup. In the meantime though, we know about a number of titles that will be on hand, and Project Triangle Strategy is among them.

Confirmed games include:

Today, Konami announced its full lineup for the 2021 Tokyo Game Show (TGS). The company will be showing off its own slate of titles – including a pair of Yu-Gi-Oh! games – as well as others from partners.

Here’s the full lineup, courtesy of Gematsu:

When this year’s Tokyo Game Show was detailed a few months ago, there were originally plans to hold the event in-person. But since the current pandemic is still raging on, things have changed. Japan’s Computer Entertainment Supplier’s Association (CESA) has now detailed a change for the show, making it largely online.

The only in-person portion of this year’s TGS is for press members and influences, who will be able to try out demos and interview developers. Everything else will primarily be held online. Gamers can expect streams from 10:00 to 24:00 JST. There will be live English interpretations to all streams on the main channel.

Tokyo Game Show 2021 Online will take place between September 30 and October 3.

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Tokyo Game Show went fully online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s unclear what the state of the world will be like in 2021, but show organizers are planning on having next year’s expo in person.

The Computer Entertainment Suppliers Association has announced that TGS 2021 will take place between September 30 and October 3. It will be held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.

As for TGS 2020 Online, the Computer Entertainment Suppliers Association says that the event earned 31,606,942 total views.

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