Tokyo Xanadu TGS 2015 plans announced

Play it ahead of its September 30 Japanese release.

Tokyo Xanadu

Falcom has announced plans for its PS Vita action RPG Tokyo Xanadu at the Tokyo Game Show next month.

Playable on the Show Floor

Attendees can play Tokyo Xanadu in advance of its September 30 release on the Tokyo Game Show show floor. You’ll also walk away with a special A4 clear file present. The booth at which the game will be playable (Falcom usually exhibits as a partner company with a bigger publisher) will be announced in the near future.

Special Town Magazine “Tachikawa x Xanadu

The “Tachikawa x Xanadu” magazine, containing original planning and game information, will be distributed free at the booth.

Real SPiKA Special Stage

In Tokyo Xanadu, there is an idol group called SPiKA. At the Tokyo Game Show, Falcom will bring together a group of five high school girls for a real performance of the theme song “Seize the Day.”

Sales Corner

  • SPiKA Mini-Album featuring “Seize the Day”
  • Falcom-related goods including Tokyo Xanadu-related products

If you missed it, catch the latest Tokyo Xanadu screenshots here, introducing the game’s collaboration with stores Animate, Kotobukiya, and Orion Shobo.

The Tokyo Game Show runs from September 17 to 20.

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