Sony to show 11 new PS3 games at TGS

Including nine from internal studios.

Sony has announced that it will show off 11 new PlayStation 3 games in playable form at the Tokyo Game Show, along with three new titles for the PSP.

Of the new PS3 games, nine have been developed by internal Sony studios, with new titles from Konami and Irem making up the numbers.

As for the PSP, all three games are internal productions.

There's no word on what any of them are, but with the Tokyo Game Show taking place between 9th and 12th October next week, we won't have to wait long to find out - and we'll be there to bring you our thoughts on as many of them as possible.

Elsewhere on the Sony stand, we'll be treated to the likes of Street Fighter IV, Lumines Supernova, PlayStation Home, LittleBigPlanet, Resistance 2 and SOCOM for PS3, while PSP fans can check out LocoRoco 2, Patapon 2, Kingdom Hearts and many others.

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