Bandai Namco Lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2018 Includes Jump Force, Tales of Vesperia and More

Tokyo Game Show 2018 looks like to be shaping up as one of the most anticipated shows of this year. Not only has it been hinted that Hideo Kojima and Death Stranding will be making an appearance, but Bandai Namco’s lineup has just been announced as well and it looks to be a fantastic one at that.

The lineup included a variety of anticipated games, including favorites such as Jump Force, Soul Calibur VI and Tales of Vesperia. However, there are a few games that have been included that won’t actively have a demo on the game floor, but will apparently have a trailer or a stage event for people to watch.

Bandai Namco’s Tokyo Game Show 2018 Lineup, (according to Siliconera) will include the following games:

  • Ace Combat 7 (PS4/Xbox One/PC) – Playable Demo and a Trailer
  • God Eater 3 (PS4/PC) – Playable demo, Trailer, and a Stage Event (with Live Steam)
  • Jump Force (PS4/Xbox One) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • SoulCalibur VI (PS4/Xbox One/PC) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • One Piece: World Seeker (PS4) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • 11-11: Memories Retold (PS4/PC) – Trailer
  • Kamen Rider: Climax Scramble (Switch) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun (Switch) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • Super Run for Money & Battle for Money Double Pack (Switch) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition (PS4/Xbox One/Switch/PC) – Trailer
  • Digimon Survive (PS4/Switch) – Trailer
  • Tekken 7 (PS4/Xbox One/PC) – Live stream and a Stage event
  • Tokyo Ghoul:re Call to Exist (PS4) – Trailer
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4/Switch) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker (PS4) – Trailer
  • Neko Tomo (Switch/3DS) – Playable demo and a Trailer
  • Pro Yakyuu Famista Evolution (Switch) – Playable demo and a Trailer

Some of these games, such as Jump Force, Ace Combat 7 and 11-11: Memories Retold will also be available during EGX 2018 this September, in the city of Birmingham. So for our UK readers who are intrigued by these games, don’t hesitate to go check them out on September 20th to September 23rd.

The Tokyo Game Show will run from the 19th of September to the 23rd, 2018.

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