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Published on September 30th, 2008 | by Daniel David

14 Unannounced Games For Sony At TGS 08

The Tokyo Game Show 2008 is close by and Sony has fourteen unannounced games to present this year at the show. Nine are from Sony themselves. We should be in for quite a surprise.

The list of what should be appearing for Sony is at the bottom.

PlayStation 3

Guitar Hero Legend of Rock
Fifa 09 World Class Soccer
Street Fighter IV
Resident Evil 5
Lumines Supernova
Metal Gear Online
Way of the Samurai 3
Sonic World Adventure
SOCOM: Confrontation
PlayStation Home
Mainichi Issho
Motorstorm 2: Pacific Rift
Resistance 2
WWE 2009 Smackdown vs. Raw
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm

Unannounced PS3 Games

1 from Irem
1 from Konami
9 from Sony Computer Entertainment


Sengoku Basara Battle Heroes
Dynasty Warriors Multi Raid
Orochi Warriors Second Coming of the Devil King
Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep
Dissidia Final Fantasy
Secret Agent Clank
Ape Quest
Patapon 2
Bleach: Soul Carnival
Mainichi Issho Portable
Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaikida or 2
LocoRoco 2
Idolmaster SP
Mobile Suit Gundam vs Gundam
Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2

Unannounced PSP Games

3 from Sony Computer Entertainment

Source: Siliconera

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