I'm really looking forward to hearing the final details on the PlayStation Vita, and it looks like this year's Tokyo Game Show will be the place to hear them all. Sony's new portable will also be playable on the show floor.
Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studio President Shuhei Yoshida and Senior Vice President Yoshio Matsumoto will speak at their keynote, which is focused on the PS Vita. Andriasang says that their presentation promises detailed specs and the latest information about the Vita's software line-up. I feel pretty good about this being the place where they'll finally announce the date, launch price, and full feature set. I'll be there!
There's two more keynotes for TGS this year. Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada will talk about the game industry revolution, and Yoshikazu Tanaka, CEO of social gaming giant GREE, will speak about the social games market.
The Tokyo Game Show keynotes will start on September 15 at 10:30am.
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