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SEGA Atlus Reveal E3 2017 Line-up

SEGA and Atlus have announced what we can all expect at E3 2017 which takes place just next week. There’s a variety of games that are sure to be of interest and the press release has noted them all below. There’s bound to be some nice surprises too so fingers crossed.

Total War: WARHAMMER 2, Total War: ARENA, Sonic Mania and Sonic Forces

Creative Assembly™ are unleashing the Lizardmen on the public for the first time in Total War™: WARHAMMER® II. The second game in the Total War: WARHAMMER trilogy is set in a whole new part of the Warhammer world, introducing four new playable races in an epic narrative campaign. In a spectacular quest battle taken from the game, E3-goers can seize control of a Lizardmen army as they march against the High Elves, who they’ve caught meddling in the dormant ruins of an ancient Lizardmen portal. Total War: ARENA, the free-to-play team based strategy game from Creative Assembly and Wargaming Alliance, will feature with 20 stations set up for frenetic 10v10 action! Additionally, there will be playable stations for Sonic Forces and Sonic Mania at the booth.

West Hall, Booth #4312

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life and Yakuza Kiwami

Visitors will be able to reacquaint themselves with the legendary Kazuma Kiryu in a double header of hard-hitting Yakuza™ action, playable on the show floor: Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, the latest entry in the long-running series and Yakuza Kiwami, a rebuilt-from-scratch HD remake of the original 2005 PlayStation 2 hit, Yakuza. Attendees who visit the booth will also have the opportunity to receive special Yakuza-themed swag (as long as supplies last).

Sonic Mania and Sonic Forces

If breakneck speed is more your thing, we’ve got you covered! Booth #4312 will feature playable stations for the ultimate celebration of past and future with Sonic Mania™, an all-new 2D adventure with stunning HD retro style graphics running at smooth 60FPS and featuring all your favourite classic characters. Sonic Forces™, from the development team behind Sonic Colors™ and Sonic Generations™, will be your second dose of speedy Sonic action where you will get to experience fast-paced gameplay as Modern Sonic, thrilling platforming as Classic Sonic, and powerful gadget action as your own custom Hero Character! Those who come by to play Sonic could receive a special Sonic E3 giveaway item.

13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim

ATLUS will have an exclusive new trailer for the hotly anticipated Western release of Vanillaware’s 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, a story of battle-ready youths, humanity and…giant mechs. Plus, be sure to take a photo with the 13 Sentinels mech standee to receive a gorgeous poster featuring Vanillaware’s signature flair (while supplies last).

Three Highly Anticipated Nintendo 3DS Titles

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth – Starting with the creation of your party to exploring the uncharted labyrinth of the Yggdrasil Tree, Beyond the Myth is all about choosing how your own adventure unfolds . Practice your map-making and FOE slaying skills with the playable hands-on demo on the show floor.

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology – Once again take the reins of Alistel operative Stocke as he unlocks the power of the White Chronicle relic and gains the ability to travel between two alternate timelines in this enhanced retelling of a JRPG classic.Watch a live demo of Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, only for show attendees.

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux – Demon aficionados can look forward to a new Redux trailer. New story content, additional endings, a new dungeon to explore and more await those who wish to brave the spatial distortion known as the Schwarzwelt! Be sure to check out the demos and trailers for a chance to get a colourful assortment of stickers!

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23 comments

  1. I just hope the next SMT game doesn’t have the same issue that the last one had. It was SO easy to get lost. And all the locations looked/sounded the same to me. I even had a map for the first half of the game. Not even Google maps could save me! I didn’t finish it because I literally spent days running around, utterly lost.

    I will revisit it again someday, but I hope the next one goes a little easier on us and localization gives us a break when naming locations.

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  2. Oh, and Devil Survivor. So fucking great for this kinda game.

    Don’t buy them unless you are somewhat OK with the battle mechanics and dungeon crawling mechanics though. These may be very polished and much less “grindy” but they are still dungeon crawlers!

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  3. Honestly, only the Yakuza part of this line-up has me interested.

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