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Electronic Arts is making a muted appearance at the Tokyo Game Show this year, only bringing titles to the show floor. Moreover, they’re going to be doing it within Sega’s booth.

Although the developer/publisher doesn’t have a large presence in the Japanese gaming scene, this is their reported lineup for the event, via Andriasang:

  • Medal of Honor: Warfighter
  • Need For Speed: Most Wanted
  • FIFA 13: World Class Soccer

That means Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3, two upcoming games being heavily promoted by EA in North America and Europe, won’t be anywhere in Sega’s booth on September 20th.

So far, the prize for “biggest booth at the show” will likely be a contest between Square Enix and Sony. Both companies have a heavy lineup for consoles and handhelds, with the former packing several mobile apps in tow.

Source: Andriasang

EA Only Showing Three Titles At This Year’s Tokyo Game Show

Electronic Arts is making a muted appearance at the Tokyo Game Show this year, only bringing titles to the show floor. Moreover, they're going to be doing it within Sega's booth.

By EGM Staff | 09/10/2012 05:15 PM PT

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Electronic Arts is making a muted appearance at the Tokyo Game Show this year, only bringing titles to the show floor. Moreover, they’re going to be doing it within Sega’s booth.

Although the developer/publisher doesn’t have a large presence in the Japanese gaming scene, this is their reported lineup for the event, via Andriasang:

  • Medal of Honor: Warfighter
  • Need For Speed: Most Wanted
  • FIFA 13: World Class Soccer

That means Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3, two upcoming games being heavily promoted by EA in North America and Europe, won’t be anywhere in Sega’s booth on September 20th.

So far, the prize for “biggest booth at the show” will likely be a contest between Square Enix and Sony. Both companies have a heavy lineup for consoles and handhelds, with the former packing several mobile apps in tow.

Source: Andriasang

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