The video game companies will have Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 on the Nintendo Switch and the new crime drama Judgment, the remastered Catherine: Full Body, and the sequel Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth on the Nintendo 3DS — all fired up and ready for attendees to test out.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to try out the upcoming Sega Genesis Mini in the company’s retro-themed corner. The gaming console is set to release worldwide on Sept. 19.
Fans can stick around at Sega and Atlus’ booth for epic activities, including rock climbing and playing with their giant Sega Genesis controller. They’ll also grab some cool swag from titles, including Judgment, Catherine: Fully Body, and Persona 5 Royal, along with retro-style Sega T-shirts.
If you’re not too tired from the expo, you can head over to the Catherine: Full Body Experience. Fans of the game will drink cocktails inspired by the video game, take selfies at the photo spot, and test out the newly remastered game at the demo stations. The live, in-house DJ will play “seductive sounds,” according to Sega, while fans collect all the cute sheep swag. If fans want to attend the event and understand why sheep would need seductive music, they can wait in the standby line outside because the event is fully booked.
Catch Sega and Atlus at booth No. 4800 in the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center at E3 from June 11-13.