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Sony will have not 25, not 26 but 27 playable PlayStation 3 games on show at the Tokyo Game Show, the company said this week. The event, which takes place at the end of September, will also host the launch of a GPS module for the PlayStation Portable.

Among the list of PS3 titles Japanese gamers will be able to sample: Namco's Ridge Racer 7 and Capcom's Devil May Cry 4. Apparently, Genji, Formula One, Heavenly Sword, Lair, Minna no Golf 5, MotorStorm, Gran Turismo and Resistance: Fall of Man will also be demo'd, along with EyeToy title The Eye of Judgment.

According to a GamesIndustry.biz report, Sony will also unveil its PSP GPS add-on, along with a range of titles that take advantage of it, including Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops, Minna no Golf and Homestar Portable. ®

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