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Sony has officially revealed its booth lineup for the annual Tokyo Game Show event in Japan, announcing plans to host several playable games across all three of their PlayStation brands including the PlayStation 4.

Of note is the lineup of PlayStation 4 games, which include a handful of third-party titles like Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag and first-party titles Killzone: Shadow Fall and Knack. Interestingly Sony will also be showing off a playable demo of Capcom's still mysterious title Deep Down.

Previously revealed at the PlayStation Meeting 2013 where Sony revealed the PlayStation 4, details on Capcom's next-gen title have been few and far between. Last month a new teaser trailer was revealed alongside an official website in Japanese, offering scant new details on the game but reportedly painting it as an RPG.

It isn't just the PlayStation 4 that is gaining star treatment at TGS, with a number of PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita titles on show. Check out the full list at the official press release and make sure you keep your eyes glued to AusGamers for all the latest on TGS come 19th September.



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