Synduality at Bandai Namco TGS 2023

Bandai Namco TGS 2023 Stream Schedule and Demo Lineup Revealed

Bandai Namco added more details about its appearance at TGS 2023 by updating its webpage. The company will reveal more new information on upcoming titles like Tekken 8Sand LandMy Hero Ultra Rumble, and Synduality at Tokyo Game Show 2023.

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The company will also hold a 30-hour non-stop livestream from September 23, 2023, at 3am CET/10am JST/6pm PT/9pm ET. It will include a speedrun attempt on Tales of Arise that will go through midnight in Japan.

The TGS 2023 stream schedule from Bandai Namco is available right below. Note that all times listed are in Japan Standard Time (UTC+9) with a 24-hour format.

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Friday, September 22, 2023

Saturday, September 23, 2023

  • 11:00 – TBA (unannounced as of August 29, 2023)
  • 12:15 – Blue Protocol
  • 13:05 – Project IM@S vα-liv‘s Manaka Tomori playing Active Life: Outdoor Challenge
  • 14:00 – Sword Art Online series; including Last Recollection
  • 14:50 – Project IM@S vα-liv‘s Letora playing Little Nightmares 2
  • 15:45 – Tekken 8 special stage
  • 21:15 – Tales of Arise 2nd Anniversary Show
  • 22:30~09:00 next day – Real Time Attack speedruns of Tales of AriseKlonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil, and We Love Katamari Reroll

Sunday, September 24, 2023

  • 11:00 – The Idolm@ster Shiny Colors: Song for Prism
  • 12:30 – Synduality: Echo of Ada game and Synduality: Noir anime
  • 13:20 – Project IM@S vα-liv‘s Cosmo Kamizuru playing We Love Katamari Reroll
  • 14:00 – My Hero Ultra Rumble 2nd stream
  • 14:55 – The whole Project IM@S vα-liv group playing Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival
  • 15:45 – Sand Land

Bandai Namco also confirmed that its TGS 2023 booth will include playable demos of Tekken 8Sand LandSynDuality: Echo of Ada, and SD Gundam G Generation Eternal. However, it will limit demo access to visitors on public days (Saturday and Sunday) with lottery tickets. The FAQ segment included a note that registrations for these tickets are only open to residents of Japan. The only way for foreign visitors to play these demos will be to gain access to the venue on business days (Thursday and Friday).

Tokyo Game Show 2023 will take place at Makuhari Messe in Japan on September 21-24, 2023.


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