PS4 has proven its popularity at the currently on-going Tokyo Game Show 2015 by having more than 100 games being showcased at the tradeshow. This is up massively over last year’s TGS, where PS4 had less than 50 games showcased at the tradeshow.
Focusing entirely on the home consoles and dedicated handhelds, PS4 was easily the market leader with 103 games at TGS, this is more than double the count from TGS 2014, where PS4 had 42 games.
This is followed by the PlayStation Vita, which also is also up from last year by having 62 games at TGS 2015, compared to 34 last year.
Almost all of the current generation dedicated consoles and handheld had a slight increase in their game count, although the jump wasn’t as massive as for PS4 and Vita. Xbox One had 27 games at the tradeshow compared to 24 last year. Nintendo’s Wii U also had a healthy increase by having 23 games compared to 13 last year. Nintendo 3DS didn’t have the same luck though and faced a decline to 29 games compared to 41 for last year.
You can check out the full list for each of the platforms in the chart below, courtesy of NIKKEI.
As expected from Mobile/Smartphone, they had the majority of the games showcased at TGS followed by PC.
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