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Keiji Inafune teases a Tokyo Game Show surprise


10:30 AM on 09.11.2012
Keiji Inafune teases a Tokyo Game Show surprise photo



Keiji Inafune, former Capcom man and father of Mega Man, has a surprise lined up for this year's Tokyo Game Show, set to go down next week. And no, it's not like his 2009 TGS 'surprise' dump on the Japanese game industry.

We know that his upcoming Vita. RPG, Soul Sacrifice, will be playable at the show at Sony's booth. Nice. That game is weird, but I want to see more of it.

But it's not that. Something else, he says on his blog. Expect a 'new surprise' at the show outside of Soul Sacrifice






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