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Release dates of some anticipated games

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky
August 29, 2008

Mercenaries 2: World in Flames
August 31, 2008

September 7,2008

Crysis Warhead
September 16, 2008

Witcher: Enhanced Edition
September 16, 2008

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway
September 23, 2008

Far Cry 2
October 1, 2008

Project Origin
October 1, 2008

Fallout 3
October 7, 2008

Saints row 2
October 14, 2008

Dead Space
October 21, 2008

Comand and Conquer:Red Alert 3
October 2008(not comfirmed)

Left 4 Dead

November 20, 2008

November 9, 2008

Call of Duty: World at War
November 11, 2008

Mirror's Edge
November 11, 2008

Prince of Persia
November 18, 2008

Tomb Raider Underworld
November 18, 2008

Grand Theft Auto IV
November 18, 2008

NFS Undercover
November 18, 2008

Diablo 3
November- December,2008
(not comfirmed)

Prey 2
December 2009

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Saa, ikou! GAME no jikan desu(Tokyo Game Show 2008)

The poster (pictured) features sayings in various languages. The English ones are "Go for it!", "Fantastic!!" and "Here's a break!" Pretty sure I've never said "Here's a break!" in my life.
The official slogan doesn't get much better-

Saa, ikou! GAME no jikan desu. (Let's go! It's GAME time.)

So profound. Makes "Here's a break!" sound like utter drivel. TGS runs October 9th to the 12th with the first two days being business days. Over 170 companies will be participating and organizers expect 180,000 total attendees.

Wondering what awaits at the Tokyo Game Show? This should provide an insight. A list of how many titles for each genre and a list for how many games are coming to each platform has been released. Let's start with the game genres:
• Action: 90 titles
• RPG: 35 titles
• "Simulation": 22 titles
• Sports: 20 titles
• Adventure: 14 titles
• Shooting: 11 titles
• Racing: 3 titles

Hit the jump for the major platform breakdown!

• PC: 98 titles
• DS: 78 titles
• Cell phone: 76 titles
• Wii: 27 titles
• Xbox 360: 14 titles
• PSP: 13 titles
• PS3: 12 titles
•PS2: 8 titles

Even though E3 is next week, it's never too early to talk about the Tokyo Game Show. So! For those interested in attending TGS 2008, good news: You'll be able to buy tickets beforehand. That's right, convenience stores across the country will be selling them via Electronic Ticket Pia for ¥1,000 (¥1,200 with tax). That's ten bucks plus tax in U.S. money. But what does that matter? You'll have to be in Japan if you want to buy tickets early.

TGS tickets go on sale starting July 16th.

The question is whether we will see more Playstation games or the X-Box ones still remains to be seen.

Personaly i am waiting for the Ninja Blade game for sure..