TGS 2008: Watcha got for us, Sega?

You know, as much as Sega has lost the luster of its glory years, I grew up with that big blue logo, and I still have this sort of twisted love for the company that thought Shadow The Hedgehog was a good idea for a game. That’s why I’m thrilled to see that titles like Bayonetta and Seventh Dragon are on the way. I want Sega to have the creative saucesomeness of the good ol’ days, and titles like that give me hope.

So, here we are then, the Tokyo Game Show is almost upon us and Sega has revealed what it’s got in store when myself, Dale (Fist of the) North and Nick Chester storm Japan’s gates. 

No real surprises from Sega this year, but there is still some hot looking stuff on display. As well as Seventh Dragon, we will be able to gawp at such DS delights as Culdcept DS, Infinite Space and World Destruction. On the home console front, Bayonetta will be joined by Yakuza 3 and Sonic Unleashed

I’m crossing my fingers super hard that I’ll come away from TGS impressed by Sega’s offerings. You can hit the jump, ye Sega faithful, and build up unrealistic hope alongside me.

PlayStation 3

  • Yakuza 3
  • Bayonetta
  • Sonic Unleashed

Wii

  • 428
  • Bleach Versus Crusade
  • The Arrangement of Haruhi Suzumiya
  • Sonic Unleashed
  • Samba de Amigo

Xbox 360

  • Bayonetta
  • Sonic Unleashed

DS

  • Mystery Dungeon Shiren the Wanderer DS 2: Demon Castle in the Desert
  • Phantasy Star Zero
  • Infinite Space
  • Seventh Dragon
  • Shining Force Feather
  • Culdcept DS
  • Haruhi Suzumiya
  • Blazer Drive
  • World Destruction
  • Saka Tsuku DS Touch and Direct
  • Kaite Oboeru Doragana

PSP

  • Garnet Chronicle / Crimsongem Saga
  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva
  • Phantasy Star Portable

PC

  • internet Adventure (iA)
James Stephanie Sterling