14 unannounced PS3, PSP games incoming

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan unveils its TGS lineup for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portal

Tuesday, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan unveiled its TGS lineup for both the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portal, which includes a tantalizing 14 "unannounced" games. Sony will show nine new PS3 games and three new PSP games, while Konami has one new PS3 game in its back pocket, followed by another from Japanese publisher Irem.

Granted, there's no guarantee on how many of the 14 games will make there way stateside (Sony America was not immediately available for comment), but you can at least count on a handful, if not more.

Notable playable games to be shown at the event include Guitar Hero World Tour, FIFA '09 World Class Soccer, Street Fighter IV, Resident Evil 5, SOCOM: Confrontation, PlayStation Home, MotorStorm 2, LittleBigPlanet, Resistance 2, and WWE 2009 on PS3, and Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep, Secret Agent Clank, Patapon 2, and LocoRoco 2 for PSP.

The Tokyo Game Show will be held October 9-12. GamePro will be on site to bring you all the latest and greatest, so keep it locked right here for previews and announcements galore.

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Blake Snow

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