Tokyo Game Show is the largest gaming expo in Japan, and many video game companies make an appearance to show off their upcoming games. Sometimes they even have completely new titles to announce. This year, Tokyo Game Show will be held from September 15th through the 18th, and they’ve just revealed the whole list of companies attending.

Here’s a list of all the exhibitors that will make an appearance at the event:

General Exhibitors

  • Asomibo
  • Ariadne Thread Japan
  • Arc System Works
  • ArtCraft-Studio
  • Inti Creates
  • Intel Corporation
  • Wargaming Japan
  • ALIENWARE
  • Epic War
  • MSI/SteelSeries
  • Netherlands Pavilion Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
  • Kadokawa Games
  • Capcom
  • GREE
  • Dengeki Game of Blitz
  • KONAMI
  • Koei Tecmo Games
  • Sakura Small Short-term Insurance
  • Chiffon
  • Square Enix
  • Studio Edofumi
  • SEGA
  • Sendai City / Business Oulu (Finland)
  • Sony Interactive Entertainment
  • 2K / Take-Two Interactive Japan
  • DMM GAMES
  • D3 Publisher
  • Daylight Studios
  • Digital Works Entertainment
  • DXRACER
  • Dengeki Online
  • Dengeki PlayStation
  • Twitch
  • Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Pygmy Studios
  • Vuzix
  • Famitsu
  • 4Gamer.net
  • Bushiroad
  • Flyhigh Works
  • Fruitbat Factory
  • Prototype
  • MAXGAMES
  • MIRA
  • Liberte
  • Rossomodello
  • Warner Music Japan

Indie Game Corner

  • IMGN.PRO
  • Active Gaming Media
  • Amusement Media Comprehensive School
  • AMG GAMES
  • RNG STUDIOS
  • Ibaraki Creator’s House (STUDIO SHiFT-UP / Magical Rod)
  • Imagos Softworks
  • THE GOOD MOOD CREATORS
  • Cross Function
  • GAMES BY MO
  • GAMENAMI
  • CoConut Island Studio
  • Chorus Worldwide
  • SummerTimeStudio
  • Gemdrops
  • Silicon Studio
  • DIGITAL HAPPINESS
  • DEVOLVER DIGITAL
  • NATSUME ATARI INC.
  • NIGORO
  • Nikkatsu
  • Nenet
  • Noxy Games
  • Pygmy Studios
  • Funteq
  • 4th cluster
  • BOOMCO GAMES
  • Beijing Initory Technology
  • Hexadrive
  • Bombservice
  • MIDBOSS
  • Millo Games
  • UEI Solutions
  • Lucky Flag
  • LiRise Technology
  • Left Foot Games
  • Type 36/Rikushiki
  • Rocket Engine
  • RocketPunch Games

Virtual Reality Corner

  • InfoLens
  • H2L
  • HTC
  • KEEN VISION INTERNET TECHNOLOGY
  • Creek and River
  • Kodansha
  • CS reporter’s
  • Giant Cop
  • Shanghai Arts United Software
  • Shenzhen Dlodlo Technologies
  • Studio Mugen
  • Sojitz Planet
  • Tayutau
  • Building blocks production
  • Dentsu Science jam
  • FOVE
  • Forum8
  • FUTURETOWN
  • Production IG
  • Prodigy
  • Beiouruf
  • Beijing Time of Virtual Reality Technology
  • Pocket Kreiz
  • MERGE VIRTUAL REALITY
  • UEI Solutions
  • Live2D
  • Land Ho
  • REALIS

Microsoft has decided not to attend TGS for the second year in a row. Last year, the company held their own event around the same time as TGS, but at this point in time, it’s unknown if Microsoft will do the same for 2016.

Nintendo will also be absent from the show, but this is common for the gaming giant. With that in mind, it’s unlikely that we’ll see the NX revealed at this event. However, Sony has been rumored to show off a slim model of the PlayStation 4 at TGS, so be sure to check back with us to see if the rumor proves to be true.

Which companies are you excited to hear from? What kind of games do you hope will be announced at TGS? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

Source: Tokyo Game Show (via DualShockers)

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