Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has announced (Japanese) that it will show more than 50 games at this year's Tokyo Game Show, including the first major details on Capcom's Deep Down.
As reported by CVG, the list includes a mixture of first- and third-party software for currently available and soon-to-be-released platforms. Of these, 10 games will be for Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4, with the remainder split between the PlayStation 3 and the company's PlayStation Vita handheld. Standouts include Tearaway, Gran Turismo 6, Pro Evolution Soccer 2014, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Knack, and Capcom's mysterious PS4 fantasy game Deep Down.
First shown during the PlayStation 4's February reveal event, and teased further in a new trailer on the game's official website, last month, Siliconera reported that Deep Down is being developed by Capcom Online Games. It is expected to be an online RPG that "supports a large number of players", and will require an Internet connection. While some players have wondered whether the game may be connected to Dragon's Dogma, Capcom has assured fans that Deep Down is a new intellectual property, with no connection to any existing franchises.
Tokyo Game Show 2013 will run from September 19-22 this year, including two business and two public days. GameSpot will be in attendance.