Sony hosted a PlayStation Lineup Tour event this morning in Japan, ahead of the Tokyo Game Show later this month, and made a few new announcements.
The Yakuza team announced a new game called Judge Eyes, which is due 13th December in Japan and next year in the West.
There was new footage shown of FromSofwtare's Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
GameCube game Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is being remastered for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and is due 2019.
SNK announced a new Samurai Showdown game called Samurai Spirits, due 2019.
Relatively unknown developer CyGames turned a few heads with medieval RPG-looking PS4 game Project Awakening.
Square Enix's Front Mission-related survival shooter Left Alive launches 28th February 2019 in Japan.
The game Square Enix's Studio Istolia is working on - the studio led by former Tales Of producer Hideo Baba - was revealed as Project Prelude Rune.
A Big Hero 6 world was revealed for Kingdom Hearts 3, and a Kingdom Hearts VR experience was announced for PSVR.
Everybody's Golf VR was announced and is due in Japan in 2019.
Gungrave Gore was announce for winter 2019 in Japan.
And.... God Eater 3 will be released 3rd December in Japan, and there's a Space Channel 5 VR dancing game in case you didn't know.
The Tokyo Game Show opens Thursday, 20th September and our Martin Robinson will be there.
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