Happinet announces TGS 2020 Online lineup [Update 4: official comment]

Featuring partner publishers Broccoli, City Connection, Cosen, Entergram, Granzella, Inti Creates, Justdan International, and Pikii.

Happinet at TGS 2020 Online

Original 09/14/20 at 8:33 a.m.: Happinet has announced its lineup for Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online, which will run from September 23 to 27. Happinet’s lineup will include trailers, discussions, gameplay, and more from partner publishers Broccoli, City Connection, Cosen, Entergram, Granzella, Inti Creates, Justdan International, and Pikii.

■ Lineup

Broccoli

  • Jack Jeane (Switch)
  • Uta no Prince-sama Debut for Nintendo Switch (Switch)

City Connection

  • Coming Soon (new title announcement)
  • Coming Soon (new title announcement)

Cosen

  • Panty Party Complete (Switch)

Entergram

  • Kaleidoscope of the Phantom Prison (PS4, Switch, PS Vita)
  • The Ryuo’s Work is Never Done! (PS4, Switch)
  • Umineko When They Cry Saku: Nekobako to Musou no Koukyoukyoku (PS4, Switch)

Granzella

  • R-Type Final 2 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC)

Inti Creates

  • Coming Soon (new title announcement)

Justdan International

  • Food Girls (Switch)
  • Xuan-Yuan Sword VII (PS4)

Pikii

  • Coming Soon (new title announcement)

Update 11:00 a.m.: Two new images hosted on the website (mban_i.jpg and title_15.jpg), but not publicly displayed, reveal Deep Silver will have a new title announcement at the event as well. It is currently unknown whether it is a title already available or announced for western audiences, or a new title entirely.

Happinet at TGS 2020 Online

Happinet at TGS 2020 Online

Update 09/15/20 at 12:50 p.m.: The code on the title lineup page has a commented-out listing for Deep Silver, confirming its game to be the Japanese localization of Maneater. There is also a listing for independent developer Petit Depotto, which will showcase Gnosia. While Gnosia is currently available for Switch and PS Vita in Japan, it is listed here for “PlayStation.” Whether this means PlayStation 4 version will be announced remains to be seen.

Happinet at TGS 2020 Online

Happinet at TGS 2020 Online

Update 1:55 p.m.: Using the same code trick mentioned above, the main page reveals Happinet’s full schedule, confirming the previously unannounced games as Gal Gun Returns from Inti Creates, Psikyo Collection and Deathsmiles from City Connection, and Jump King from Pikii.

Here is the full schedule:

September 26 (YouTube)

  • 12:00 – Opening
  • 12:05 – BroccoliJack Jeanne and Uta no Prince-sama Debut for Nintendo Switch.
  • 12:25 – EntergramThe Ryuo’s Work is Never Done, Kaleidoscope of the Phantom Prison, and Umineko When They Cry Saku: Nekobako to Musou no Koukyoukyoku.
  • 12:35 – Inti Creates and CosenGal Gun Returns and Panty Party Complete.
  • 12:55 – City ConnectionPsikyo Collection and Deathsmiles.
  • 13:05 – GranzellaR-Type Final 2.
  • 13:05 – Petit DepottoGnosia.
  • 13:10 – Justdan InternationalXuan-Yuan Sword VII and Food Girls.
  • 13:20 – PikiiJump King.
  • 13:30 – Deep SilverManeater.

Update 09/15/20 at 9:55 a.m.: A Happinet representative has told Gematsu there are no plans to release a PlayStation 4 version of Gnosia.

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