Square Enix boss Wada to keynote TGS

And Sony talk "All about PlayStation Vita."

Tokyo Game Show, the next major industry clambake following Gamescom in Germany later this month, has announced some of its tent-pole talks.

As detailed on Andriasang, Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada will take to the stage at Tokyo's Makuhari Messe on 15th September to discuss "The Essence of Game Industry Revolution" in this year's keynote address.

Wada will then be immediately followed by Sony double act Shuhei Yoshida and Yoshio Matsumoto with their ambiguously titled "All About PlayStation Vita" presentation.

No word from any other publishers yet on what their plans are for the show.

Last year's event saw some fairly significant announcements, including debuts for Capcom's DmC and Asura's Wrath, Yakuza: Of the End from Sega, and a fistful of M.I.A core-orientated Kinect titles from Microsoft.

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