Gundam vs. Gundam Next Plus: The next game in the Gundam vs. Gundam franchise, released on the PSP. This game looks great for a PSP game, at first I thought this was the PS3! Not only that, but it also has a boat load of characters to pick from, including new ones for this game like Wing Zero Custom, Nataku, 00 Raiser, and the Reborns Gundam.
Naruto Shippuden: Narutimate Accel 3: Another PSP game, another Naruto game, another time I can kick the crap out of Sakura. Here is the next installment of the Narutimate Accel franchise, with more characters, and a few gameplay tweaks; like team attacks. I really do eat these games up, mostly because of the cinnamatic specials I can own my enemies with.
Yakuza 4: The second Yakuza game for the PS3, here is another game we will probably will never see. Which is sad because this franchise is pretty much the spiritual successor to Shenmue.
Tekken 6: I’m not really into Tekken, but this trailer did it for me. So much so that now I’m not sure what to believe in anymore. Can I really fall in love with another video game franchise, even though she’s so old and has slept with the entire football team?
Tales of Graces: The next Tales game, this time on the Wiii. Looks like it’s going to me the same old that most of you already love. Don’t change what’s not broken, right?
Bayonetta: Move over Devil May Cry, This game is going to push you down and shoot you with gun feat. I have to admit, the main character’s voice is super, super sexy; though on the other hand, her daughters voice is just hideous.
Cross Treasures - Square Enix X V-Jump: Here is a nice RPG title for the DS called Cross treasures. The great thing about this game is that is is being designed based on feedback from V-Jump readers, or that Luffy is narrating this trailer. You will also be able to design your own world, and share it up to three others.
Dragonball Raging Blast: Finally we get a good trailer that shows off some of the better gameplay elements of this title, along with sparkly characters that make use of the 60 frames-per-second. Despite all Dragon Ball Z games being the same, I’m now looking forward to this one as well.
Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce: Another look at the super transforming Dynasty Warriors game, where your character can now power up, fly, and fight giant tigers. This is an equation for success in God Len’s book.
Tsumuji: Tsumuji is a Zelda-like game for the DS. Not only does it use elements from Zelda, but Metal Gear, and Naruto as well. Seeing how it mixes all these different elements from these games, I can’t see how Tsumuji can be bad. In theory this should work, but I hope someone brings it to America so I can test it out. Seeing how popular all three of those franchises are here, I would suspect that this game has a good chance of being picked up.
.Hack//Link: Who doesn’t love playing a game within a game? Here is the next .Hack game, and this one like many of the other games shown in this year’s TGS, will be released for the PSP. This particular game features cameos from characters in other .Hack games.
Final Fantasy XIII: Time to save the best for last, Final Fantasy XIII. What can I say, nothing makes me more excited than summoning a giant monster/robot thing that transforms into a car that my character can jump into and drive around the battle ground. It might have been 10 years in the making, but I think it’s going to be worth it.