If you came from the hall entrance, you'd probably see this part of the Sega booth first. It's the open theater. Sega was showing off some game trailers for titles like <em>Yakuza 3</em> and <em>Sonic Unleashed</em>.
<em>Yakuza 3</em> section. Heading just beyond the theater, you'll see the <em>Yakuza 3</em> area. This is probably Sega's biggest game at the show.
<em>428</em> is a live action title that's set in modern day Tokyo. Just like its setting, the game will be available in Japan only.
<em>Phantasy Star</em> is one of Sega's biggest series. With that in mind, it shouldn't be a surprise to see huge crowds gather around the booth for DS RPG, <em>Phantasy Star Zero</em>.
Just like <em>Phantasy Star</em>, Sega's other DS J-RPG offerings such as <em>Shining Force: Feather</em>, <em>7th Dragon</em>, and <em>Shiren the Wanderer 2</em> were extremely popular with the Japanese crowd. <em>Infinite Space</em>, the spacecraft building RPG, did well too.
Just around the corner was the <em>Let's Tap</em> display area. It's about ... tapping. You can read our full hands-on with this title by clicking <a href="http://www.joystiq.com/2008/10/14/tgs-08-lets-write-an-article-about-lets-tap/">here</a>.
We've pretty much finished the outside of Sega's booth with the earlier photos, but now we're going inside. Turning inward, Sega had more games like <em>Phantasy Star Portable</em> and <em>Sonic Unleashed</em>.
Sega also had this wall of <em>Culdcept</em> cards to show off.
Sega t-shirts. Don't you just want one?