According to rumors, Japanese publisher Namco Bandai plans to unveil some Wii U games at the annual Tokyo Game Show later this month. Officially speaking, Namco Bandai hasn’t listed any Wii U titles to be showcased at TGS, but some clever folks over at AdrianSang managed to find some solid evidence of Namco Bandai Wii U games. Their TGS portal apparently includes Wii U logos and artwork. Namco will be showcasing a ton of games at the event, and now there’s a possibility of some titles for Nintendo’s upcoming console as well. Tokyo Game Show is one of the last big gaming events to take place before the Wii U’s rumored launch in November. If any big games are to be revealed, TGS would be the perfect place to do so.
Namco Bandai has two games in the pipeline for the Wii U: The recently released Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Tank Tank Tank. Neither of those games appear on Namco’s TGS lineup, so any potential Wii U games will likely be all-new titles.
Nintendo won’t be present at TGS this year, but third party publishers, especially those out of Japan, will be showcasing Wii U games at the event. SEGA will showcase Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, and Square Enix has promised to reveal new details about Dragon Quest X for the Wii U.
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