Konami TGS 2022 booth

Konami’s TGS 2022 Booth Will Include Kuro no Kiseki II Live Concert

Konami will have a large presence at Tokyo Game Show 2022. The company has published a webpage detailing its appearance at the annual Japanese gaming event. The Konami booth at TGS 2022 will have many demos from both inside and outside the company. One of the examples of the latter will be Nihon Falcom’s The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II.

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Konami will place playable demos of Super Bomberman R 2eFootball 2023, and four Yu-Gi-Oh! titles including the multiplatform Master Duel and the four-player game Cross Duel.

The company will also hold multiple events at its booth. One of the most notable ones will be the revelation of a new title on September 16, 2022, at 15:30 JST. Voice actor Yuki Kaji will also attend this event, but Konami has yet to confirm whether it will hold a live stream for this announcement.

Just like Sega, Konami’s TGS 2022 booth will also feature demos of games from other partner companies. Also included in the list will be two games from Indonesian developers, of which Chorus Worldwide will help with the Japanese localization.

Here’s the full list of demos in Konami’s Tokyo Game Show 2022 booth:

  • Konami: Super Bomberman R 2eFootball 2023Yu-Gi-Oh! Cross DuelYu-Gi-Oh! Master DuelYu-Gi-Oh! Duel LinksYu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel: Saikyou Battle Royale!! Go Rush!!
  • Chorus Worldwide: Coffee Talk Episode 2A Space for the UnboundRead Only Memories: Neurodiver
  • Oizumi Amusio: Magicians Dead: Force of the SoulEdge of EternityDawn of the Monsters
  • Mebius: Steel EmpireMiasma Breaker
  • UGE: Wonder Boy Ultimate CollectionCannon Dancer
  • Pixel: Horgihugh With Friends and Enryu Seiken Xiaomei
  • Teyon Japan: Human Fall Flat
  • Rocket Engine: Trouble Witches
  • Nihon Falcom: The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki II – Crimson Sin

The last entry will have more than just a playable demo. Falcom jdk Band will perform a special live concert of Kuro no Kiseki II tracks on September 17, 2022, at 11:00-11:35 JST, and September 18, 2022, at 16:30-17:05 JST. Konami will also publish streams of the concerts on both days.

Nihon Falcom’s cooperation with Konami in regards to Tokyo Game Show has gone on for a long time. Konami’s booth in previous TGS years had often featured demos of Falcom’s titles, such as the Trails of Cold Steel series. This will not be the first time for the Falcom jdk Band to hold a live concert at the booth either. The band had also performed in previous years, with the archives available on Konami’s YouTube channel as early as 2014.

Tokyo Game Show 2022 will take place at Makuhari Messe on September 15-18, 2022.


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