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Playable Xbox One Titles at Tokyo Game Show Announced: Titanfall, Ryse and Forza 5 Lead the Charge
Microsoft Japan just announced the Xbox One titles that will be playable at Tokyo Game Show 2013 in response to the rather rich line-up Sony will bring at its own booth.
The Xbox One booth will be divided in two areas: The Xbox One area will be focused on the “all-in-one Entertainment” theme, and will allow visitors to finally get their hands on the console, the new controller and Kinect. The Xbox 360 area will focus on the latest line-up for the console. There will be about 100 demo units available between the two consoles.
Here’s the full list of Xbox One titles:
- Titanfall – Electronic Arts
- Forza Motorsport 5 – Microsoft Studios
- Ryse: Son of Rome – Microsoft Studios
- Crimson Dragon – Microsoft Studios
- Kinect Sports Rivals – Microsoft Studios
- Max: The Curse of Brotherhood – Microsoft Studios
- Killer Instinct – Microsoft Studios
- FIFA 14 – Electronic Arts
Despite the rather abysmal performance of the Xbox 360, quite a lot of titles for Microsoft’s current generation console will be available as well:
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII - Square Enix
- ARMORED CORE VERDICT DAY – From Software
- YAIBA: NINJA GAIDEN Z – Tecmo Koei Games
- FIFA 14 - Electronic Arts
- Dragon Ball Z: BATTLE OF Z – Bandai Namco
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 – Konami Digital Entertainment
- F1 2013 – Codemasters
- Phantom Breaker: Extra – MAGES.
- DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Ultimate – Tecmo Koei Games
- World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition – Microsoft Studios
- Fable Anniversary – Microsoft Studios
- NBA 2K14 - 2K Games
- Rock Smith 2014 edition – Ubisoft
- Painkiller: Hell & Damnation – Inter Glow
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Mirror of Fate HD – Konami Digital Entertainment
- Constant C – MAGES.
- Strider – Capcom
- Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse - Sega
- Deadfall Adventures – Inter Glow
- Splinter Cell: Blacklist – Ubisoft
Finally, there will also be a lone title for Windows, Halo: Spartan Assault.
That seems a quite solid line-up, but will it be enough to impress the difficult Japanese crowd? We’ll see when Tokyo Game Show will start, on September the 19th.