Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Ni no Kuni playable at Eurogamer Expo

Fighting game and Level-5/Studio Ghibli RPG join massive line-up.

You didn't think we were done, did you? Not by a long shot. Today we're announcing that Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch will both be playable at this year's Eurogamer Expo.

They join an already-packed line-up for this year's show, which takes place from 27th-30th September at Earls Court, London. Tickets are on sale at www.eurogamerexpo.com.

Namco Bandai PR and marketing director - and industry lifer - Lee Kirton was particularly excited about the news.

"Tekken Tag Tournament brings some incredible new gameplay styles for the franchise with brand new modes, an incredible roster of characters and the most involved and detailed training mode ever created for the genre," he said, when I kicked him in the shin and mouthed "PRESS RELEASE".

"Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is one of the most beautiful games we've ever had the pleasure of working with," he continued, undeterred. "It's already causing quite a stir within the gaming world with its blend of superb gameplay from Level-5 and incredible animations produced and supervised by legendary Japanese animation company, Studio Ghibli. It's exciting that we can have both games hands on at the Expo."

He is correct. And while we continue to dot and cross various letters behind the scenes on even more games - and developer sessions, and tournaments, and stuff like that - we've already announced quite a few:

Obviously there will be more. Last year we had pretty much every game released during Q4 and beyond, and it's fair to say we're aiming higher. Who knows, we may even have games that haven't been invented yet. We'll let you know when we can.

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