SEGA’s TGS 2011 Website Open, Software Lineup Revealed

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SEGA has opened their Tokyo Game Show 2011 website and revealed their software lineup for the event, which starts September 15th and ends on the 18th. The PS3 and Nintendo 3DS versions of Sonic Generations will be at SEGA’s booth, as well as a variety of other titles from the publisher listed below. A Sonic Generations trailer combining the old Green Hill Zone and City Escape trailers and the game’s two packshots without the logos have also been released.

Binary Domain (PS3/360)
Rhythm Thief & The Emperor’s Treasure (3DS)
Hatsune Miku Project Diva Extend (PSP)
Virtua Tennis 4 (PSV)
7th Dragon 2020 (PSP)
Anarchy Reigns (PS3/360)
Sonic Generations (PS3/3DS)
Phantasy Star Online 2 (PC)
Yakuza: Black Panther 2 (PSP)

Sources: SEGA TGS 2011 Website, Sonic Scene and SEGA Driven

Thanks to Woun for the heads up on the SEGA TGS website and YouTube conversion of the trailer!

23 Comments

  1. I wonder there would be characters artwork will have:
    Classic Sonic / Modern Sonic
    Classic Tails / Modern Tails
    Classic Robotnik / Modern Eggman
    Classic Metal Sonic / Modern Metal Sonic
    Classic Knuckles / Modern Knuckles
    Classic Amy / Modern Amy
    Rouge the Bat
    Vector the Crocodile
    Charmy Bee
    Espio the Chameleon
    Shadow the Hedgehog
    Blaze the Cat
    Big the Cat
    E-123 Omega
    Cream the Rabbit & Cheese
    Silver the Hedgehog
    Cubot & Orbot
    Vanilla the Rabbit
    Perfect Chaos
    Giant Mech
    and many more

      1. I think Sonic Unleashed did a good job with limiting the number of characters in the game. Why should Sonic Generations be different? Who’s really nice to have: Sonic (old and new), Tails (o.a.n.), Knuckles, Eggman, Amy, Metal Sonic, maybe Chaotix members.

        Maybe even Mighty? Please?

        1. While I don’t think there should or likely would be that many like Ryan listed, you did ask why Sonic Generations should be any different as if you forget the symbolism of Sonic Generations.

          “Generations” and “Anniversary” should be keys to assuming many characters would show up one way or another. Besides, you’re still only playing as Sonics so what’s the harm in more characters showing up? It’s not like we’ll enjoy or endure their gameplay either way, sadly.

        2. Oh yeah, and I’d agree about Unleashed if it had at least included Knuckles. I see no reason why Amy was there. Especially over Knuckles.

          As for Mighty, I don’t dislike him. He’s alright. But I don’t see what the big deal about him is. There’s like no significance to him sadly. Oh well.

    1. They will have poses but SEGA will probably relase artworks of 2 other hedges (Rivals) and thats all. Rest we will see after relase.

  2. Interestingly, the CERO rating for the 3DS version of Sonic Generations is still being under examination.

    http://tgs.sega.jp/2011/data/lineup/sonic_b

    “CERO表記: 審査予定” (translation = “CERO listing: Examination scheduled”)

    Both versions of Sonic generations are in the Family Corner of SEGA’s booth, so it’s unlikely that the 3DS version will be rated any higher than the PS3/360 version. The PS3/360 version is rated A (All Ages) by the way.

    There’re a few possibilities on why the game is still being examined.

    The game hasn’t been fully developed. Unlikely, since by now most of the game should have been fully developed. Plus CERO can always be persuaded to overlook some things.

    Or the game has an ‘extra’/’secret’ material that is only revealed to CERO at the last moment. Maybe it will be revealed during the time of the Tokyo Game Show 2011?

    Also, Seventh (7th) Dragon 2020’s release date was moved from October 27th, 2011 to November 23rd, 2011. Whether this is related in any way to Sonic is unknown, SEGA only said that it was due to a development issue.

      1. “(CERO) is one of two organizations that rates video game content in Japan with levels of rating that informs the customer of the nature of the product and for what age group it is suitable.”

        “A (all ages) equivalent to ESRB’s E and E10+ (low end) ratings, PEGI’s 3, 7 and 12 (low end), USK’s 0 and 6 ratings, and ACB’s G and PG ratings.”

        Does that help?

    1. Glad I wasn’t the only one to notice xD I enjoyed Project Dive and Project Diva 2nd. Haven’t heard of this though ._. TO GOOGLE AND YOUTUBE.

  3. I can tell you now, once I get this game I’m going to be singing along to city escape like a bloody loon. roll on November 4th! =D

  4. Was classic Sonic always a different blue to the more modern one, or is this just a visual thing to keep them apart?

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