Sega And Atlus Announce Their E3 2019 Lineup

Includes booths for Sega Genesis Mini consoles, as well as a Catherine-themed E3 after-party.
Atlus and SEGA announce their lineup of playable titles for their E3 2019 show floor.
Atlus and SEGA announce their lineup of playable titles for their E3 2019 show floor. SEGA

E3 2019 is in full swing, and a huge number of developers and publishers, both big and small, are announcing new game and releasing new trailers, among other stuff.

While the major presenters have all but released their schedules for the events held in the Los Angeles Convention Center, it is important to note that there will be companies who will just take to the show floor itself, exhibiting their titles during the duration which runs from June 11 to June 13. Two of those companies, Sega and Atlus, just released their show floor schedule, along with their lineup of titles that you will find on their show floor. Check it out below.


While the Japanese company is pretty big and could have easily held their own press conference, they chose to just keep things relatively small and incorporate two of their main upcoming releases into their playable lineup for their show floors.

  • Judgment – This upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive that takes place in the world of the Yakuza series. However, instead of playing within a network of colorful mafia bosses and their underlings, Judgment takes a rather more serious approach to its tone. You play as Takayuki Yagami, a private detective on a quest for redemption.
  • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 – While the actual Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is still quite some time away, you can get to experience the latest in the Mario & Sonic crossover series now. The title features fan-favorite characters from both Sega and Nintendo franchises, and is set to release exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.


The Persona developers were notably one of the main presenters back in E3 2018, although this year they have scaled down due to the fact that there are only two games on their lineup for release this year. Obviously, Persona 5 Royal, will release later this year in Japan, but for the rest of the world that means 2020, and that game is expected to be their next big title.

  • Catherine: Full Body – A remaster and expanded edition of sorts for the 2011 Atlus puzzle platforming classic, Catherine: Full Body tells the story of Vincent and the women of his life, Katherine and Catherine. The Full Body treatment now adds a new character, Rin, who is expected to throw some more chaos into the mix. It is expected for release later this year exclusively on the PlayStation 4, and attendees who will stop by Atlus’ demo booth can pick up a sheep-horn headband from the game (while supplies last).
  • Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth – A sequel to the highly popular Persona crossover game for the Nintendo 3DS, which now features the cast of characters from Persona 5. While it will be playable on the Nintendo 3DS for the booths, it is expected for release on the Nintendo Switch as well, with a release date yet to be announced.

The companies will also have various activities for its attendees, including

  • Playable Sega Genesis Mini – Visitors to the booth will be able to try out the new Sega Genesis Mini, which has all the fan-favorite titles from the renowned developer. While you’re waiting for your turn on the classic console, you can spend some time with the giant functioning Sega Genesis controller available in the booth. The console is expected to release on September 19.
  • Free Swag – Plenty of swag across all the playable titles including Judgement, Catherine and Persona, as well as some Sega Retro T-shirts. Weirdly enough, there’s also an indoor rock-climbing wall for participants willing to try it out.
  • Catherine: Full Body Experience – An afterparty of sorts centered around the theme of the Catherine: Full Body. It’s intended for a more mature side of the expo, so if you want to lay back and enjoy an evening filled with libations and good music, as well as playable demos of Catherine: Full Body of course, then check this event out. You can find more details here.

Both companies also noted that there will be surprises incoming for booth attendees, so if you’re around E3, be sure to give them a visit.

Earlier last week, developer and publisher Capcom also relayed their E3 2019 show floor plans, which you can read more about here.

Stay tuned for more of our coverage on E3 2019.

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