Tokyo Game Show 2009: Square Enix’s Tokyo Game Show 2009 website is open for business

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Tokyo Game Show 2009: Square Enix’s Tokyo Game Show 2009 website is open for business

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Final Fantasy XIIIThe Square Enix Tokyo Game Show 2009 website is now online and all set for viewing! So even if you can’t make it to Japan, you can kind of get the same sort of experience. Well, if you can read Japanese you can.

The site is primarily a guide to the show. You can see where Square Enix’s booth is, tell what games are playable at the event, see which games will have footage and videos displayed, see the Square Enix booth layout, read a blog and tell what you thought about Square Enix’s displays. Little icons under each game on the game listing page tell you if it is playable at the event or if game footage is going to be shown.

Let’s look at all the games appearing at TGS 2009 that are listed on the site:

  • Four Warriors of Light: Final Fantasy Gaiden (DS)
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy: Universal Tuning (PSP)
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers (Wii)
  • Cross Treasures (DS)
  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Twilight Maiden (Wii)
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

  • Final Fantasy XIII (PS3)
  • Star Ocean 4 – The Last Hope – International (PS3)
  • Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep (PSP)
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
  • Batman: Arkham Asylum (PS3, Xbox 360)
  • Front Mission Evolved (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
  • Dragon Quest VI: Maboroshi no Daichi (DS)
  • Nier Gestalt (Xbox 360)
  • Nier Replicant (PS3)
  • Dragon Quest IX: Hoshizora no Mamoribito (DS)
  • Thexder Neo (PSP)
  • Crystal Defenders (PSP)
  • Death By Cube (Xbox 360)
  • Gyromancer (PC, Xbox 360)
  • 0 day Attack on Earth (Xbox 360)
  • Song Summoner The Unsung Heroes Encore

  • Song Summoner: The Unsung Heroes – Encore (iPhone/iPod Touch)
  • Hills and Rivers Remain (iPhone/iPod Touch)
  • Sliding Heroes (iPhone/iPod Touch)
  • Final Fantasy IV: The After Years (Wii)
  • Final Fantasy XIV (PC, PS3)
  • Final Fantasy XI: Vanadiel Collection 2 (PC, PS2, Xbox 360)
  • Lord of Vermilion II (Arcade)
  • Dragon Quest: Monster Battle Road II (Arcade)
  • Seiken Densetsu 2 (Mobile)
  • Final Fantasy IV (Mobile)
  • Guin Saga Mobile (Mobile)
  • Dragon Quest III (Mobile)
  • Dragon Quest Fushigi no Dungeon Mobile (Mobile)
  • Kingdom Hearts Coded (Mobile)

Wow! Quite a lineup. Many of the games will have playable demos too, which is awesome. I’m especially impressed by the cell phone games Square Enix has in store for Japan. It’s a shame that those don’t often receive overseas releases. There’s some consolation though – the iPhone and iPod Touch games will likely receive an English release.

If you go to the site, you can see a quick one or two sentence blurb about each game and three or four screenshots. I’d recommend stopping by the blog section as well, to see some neat pictures from TGS 2009.

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