E3 2019 is pretty much here with EA kicking-off the week of new game announcements and more with EA Play. Although Sega and Atlus are attending the games event, the two are ramping up for a “packed show filled with unforgettable games.” To keep fans on the same page, they released their E3 2019 schedule that will run between June 11th – June 13th at booth #4800 in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center where games like Catherine: Full Body Experience and Judgment will appear.
Firstly, during the regular days of E3 2019 will see Sega offering free apparel. From indoor rock-climbing, retro T-shirts, and playable titles like Judgment, Catherine: Full Body, and Persona Q2, the event is said to be packed.
Moreover, the Sega Genesis Mini will be available to play ahead of its worldwide September 19th, 2019, release at Sega and Atlus’ booth.
Catherine: Full Body Experience
Attendees can participate in Catherine: Full Body Experience and hear the “seductive sounds” of the team’s live in-house DJ and have some time with the game at one of the demo stations. Details on the event are below:
“Attend our Catherine: Full Body Experience! Indulge in a more mature side of the expo as you sip on Catherine-themed libations, snap captivating pictures at our photospot, listen to the seductive sounds of our live in-house DJ, and get some one-on-one time with the game at one of our demo stations. We’ll also have some enchanting sheep swag (while supplies last)!
While the event has already been booked up, there will be a standby line at the event. For full event details, location, and opening / closing times, please check the event page.”
If you want to experience Judgement ahead of its official release, the action-adventure game from the Yakuza devs tells an enticing story of a private detective — Takayuki Yagami. Anyway, the crime drama title will be at Sega and Atlus’ booth.
“Play Judgment, a thrilling crime drama from the creators of the critically acclaimed Yakuza series that tells the story of private detective Takayuki Yagami and his quest for redemption. Judgment releases right after E3 on June 25!”
Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
What has become a tradition, Mario and Sonic will face-off again in Olympic events together, which will be exclusive on Nintendo’s nifty device, the Switch, while boasting familiar characters. And like the other games at the two’s booth, this game will be playable too.
“In the lead is Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020! The latest in the beloved Mario & Sonic crossover series, players will be able to experience the Olympic Games events together, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch™ with many fan-favorite characters.”
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
And lastly, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will be at Sega and Altus’ booth:
“Sharing the spotlight is Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, the sequel to the popular Persona crossover game for the Nintendo 3DS™, now featuring the Phantom Thieves from Persona 5! Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is available now.”
Sega and Atlus press release ends by noting that there may be more to come with the following, “That’s not all! This is simply a taste of what we have planned for attendees when they stop by our booth during E3.”