MS reveals new Xbox shooter

Microsoft unveils TGS line-up... and then deletes an unannounced game

Microsoft has unveiled its line-up for Tokyo Games Show - and appears to have inadvertently revealed the name of a new shooter.

The firm described Gal Gun - which will be shown off at TGS later this week - as a '3D shooting game'. It's been developed and/or published by Alchemist - whoever they may be.


With a name like Gal Gun, it's highly likely to contain both females and, erm, guns. Of this much we're sure.

MS released its TGS line-up to Japan's gaming press earlier today via Xbox's official site in the region - and you can find it below in full.

However, MS has since removed Gal Gun from the list - suggesting it's going to be properly 'unveiled' at the show.

It won't be the only new Xbox game to be seen at TGS, either. MS has promised us that some all-new Kinect games will be revealed at the event.


* Crossboard 7 (Konami, Playable)
* DanceEvolution (Konami, Demo Exhibit)
* Sonic Free Riders (Sega, Playable)
* Deca Sporta Freedom (Hudson, Playable)
* Answer With Your Body: New Brain Training (Namco Bandai, Playable)
* Kinect Adventure! (Microsoft, Playable)
* Kinect Animals (Microsoft, Demo Exhibit)
* Kinect Joy Ride (Microsoft, Demo Exhibit)
* Kinect Sports (Microsoft, Playable)
* Your Shape Fitness Evolved (Ubisoft, Playable)

XBOX 360

* Gal Gun (Alchemist, Playable)
* El Shaddai (Ignition, Playable)
* Need for Speed Hot Pursuit (EA, Playable)
* FIFA 11 (Electronic Arts, Playable)
* Dead Rising 2 (Capcom, Playable)
* Marvel vs Capcom 3 (Capcom, Playable)
* Monster Hunter Frontier Online (Capcom, Playable)
* DoDonPachi Resurrection (Cave, Playable)
* Otomedius X Excellent! (Konami, Playable)
* Castlevania Lords of Shadows (Konami, Playable)
* Metal Gear Solid Rising (Konami, Video)
* Winning Eleven 2011 (Konami, Playable)
* Gun Loco (Square Enix, Playable)
* Deus Ex (Square Enix, Video)
* Call of Duty Black Ops (Square Enix, Video)
* Final Fantasy XIII Ultimate Hits International (Square Enix, Playable)
* Front Mission Evolved (Square Enix, Playable)
* Vanquish (Sega, Playable)
* Virtual On Force (Sega, Playable)
* Fallout New Vegas (Zenimax, Playable)
* Dream Club Zero (D3, Playable)
* Mafia 2 (Take-Two, Playable)
* Idolmaster 2 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
* Gundam Musou 3 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
* Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
* Naruto Ultimate Storm 2 (Namco Bandai, Playable)
* Bullet Soul (5pb., Playable)
* Gears of War 3 (Microsoft, Video)
* Fable III (Microsoft, Playable)
* Halo Reach (Microsoft, Playable)
* Mass Effect 2 (Microsoft, Playable)
* Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (Ubisoft)
* SBK X JP Edition (Russell, Playable)
* Stoked Big Air Ediiton (Russell, Playable)


* Gunwange (Cave, Playable)
* Crazy Taxi (Sega, Playble)
* Sonic Adventure (Sega, Playable)
* Bonk Brink of Extinction (Hudson, Playable)
* Comic Jumper (Microsoft, Playable)

Tokyo Games Show kicks off on Thursday (September 16) and closes its doors on Sunday (September 19).

[ SOURCE: Andriasang ]