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Mikami/Suda51 collaboration to be revealed next week


10:40 AM on 09.08.2010
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According to 1UP, Electronic Arts will finally reveal its upcoming collaboration with Shinji Mikami and Goichi Suda at next week's Tokyo Game Show.

The title, rumored to be an "action horror" game, will be unveiled at EA's Tokyo Showcase on September 15. Our own Dale North is set to attend, and had complained a bit about how far it was from where he was staying in Tokyo. I think once he gets wind of this, he'll have a little less to moan about.

This isn't the only game scheduled to be announced; EA is promising "several" game reveals. I love surprises!

Suda51-Mikami EA Project Finally Getting Unveiled [1UP]






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