Microsoft's TGS booth will be packed with 29 playable Xbox One and 360 games

Microsoft plans to bring 30 playable Windows, Xbox One and Xbox 360 games to the Tokyo Game Show, according to a blog post by Takashi Sensui, head of the Xbox in Japan.

It will be the first time the upcoming console will be playable in Japan.

Here's the full, subject-to-change, lineup:

Xbox One


Forza Motorsport 5

Ryse: Son of Rome

Crimson Dragon

Kinect Sports Rivals

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

Killer Instinct

FIFA 14 World Class Soccer

Xbox 360

Lightning Final Fantasy XIII Returns

Armored Core Verdict Day

Yaiba: NInja Gaiden Z

FIFA 14 World Class Soccer

Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

F1 2013

Phantom Breaker Extras

Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate

World of Tanks Xbox 360 Edition

Fable Anniversary

NBA 2K14

Rock Smith 2014

Band Fuse Rock Legend

Painkiller Hell and Damnation

Castlevania Lords of Shadow Fate: Magic Mirror HD Edition

Constant C


Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion

Dead Fall Adventures

Splinter Cell Black List


Halo: Spartan Assault.

With Sony's impressive more-than-50-game lineup, this year's Tokyo Game Show is shaping up to be a packed expo. Polygon will be on hand to cover the games, press conferences and grab the interviews from the show when it kicks off next week. So stay tuned.

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