The Japanese unified power of Tecmo and Koei is only bringing four games to E3 this year. No portable stuff. No Wii stuff. Just serious games.
I'm all for the First of the North Star game. Ken's Revenge, coming to the Xbox 360 and PS3 and inspired by the popular manga and anime, will be on the show floor. Quantum Theory, one of two of Tecmo Koei's original IPs for the show, is also coming to both consoles. It's now marked as a Fall 2010 release, which we expected after the delays we heard about earlier this year.
New on the RPG front is Trinity: Souls of Zill O'll. This will probably be the first good look we get at the title, which is a new franchise for the company. I'm glad they're playing with something new over there.
Finally, Warriors: Legends of Troy is a game that we first heard about at E3 last year. I'm still interested, but are Trojans and Greek mythology still cool?
That's it. Four games. Look for our hands-on impressions next week.
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