Capcom has released their line up for the upcoming and huge video game convention, Tokyo Game Show 2016. The lineup will be listed below, and include the details that are known to be part of their panels so far. Tokyo Game Show will take place September 15th to September 18th. Capcom will also be streaming live from the show floor of Tokyo Game Show 2016. They start streaming September 15th 9:00 pm-forward, the streams for September 17th and September 18th will take place from 10 am to 6 pm JST.
It seems like this Tokyo Game Show will be an important stage for Capcom, seeing as how they have been going through somewhat of a rough patch as of late. A stage like this could help the company by allowing them to showcase what they have in the works, though it should be noted that the lineup does seem somewhat light this year. Probably the biggest part of their lineup this year is Resident Evil 7, a game which we have been covering since E3.
Capcom Tokyo Game Show 2016 Line-up
Resident Evil 7: Biohazard: Will be available to play on PS4 and PlayStation Vita. Resident Evil 7 will have a stage event as well as be a part of what is featured in the live stream. The newest demo for Resident Evil 7 will also make its debut as Tokyo Game Show 2016. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard will also be available on the Xbox One and PC, it will be released on all the aforementioned platforms, January 24th 2017.
Monster Hunter Stories: This is the latest upcoming game in the Monster Hunter franchise. Monster Hunter Stories is going to be released on the Nintendo 3DS on October 8th, 2016. It will be playable, have a stage event, and will also be a part of the live stream. There will also be videos connected to Monster Hunter Stories that will only be available to view at Tokyo Game Show 2016.
Monster Hunter Spirits: An arcade Monster Hunter card game that will be playable at the convention.
Toraware no Palm: An iOS and Android app. The game will playable and have a stage event at the convention.