Xbox 360 Playable At Tokyo Game ShowSonys PS3 and Microsofts Xbox 360 will both be playable by the public at this years Tokyo Game Show from 16 to 18 September, but Revolution will not be present. This will be the first time that Sony has allowed anyone in the world to get their hands on its new PS3, while for many it will also be the first time that they have played on a real Xbox 360, particularly after we revealed that this years E3 demo kits were Mac powered. Despite both of its major competitors having their new machines on display, Nintendo fans need not be dismayed by the big Ns and Revolutions absence, as Ninty traditionally prefers to arrange its own Spaceworld show for later in the year. But while Sonys and Microsofts next-gen consoles are confirmed as appearing, the amount of next-gen games on show looks rather thin. Although 130 exhibitors and 166 titles will be taking up floor space, only Konami and Koei have so far promised to show their high-tech kit in the shape of Metal Gear Solid 4 (PS3) and Rumble Roses XX (Xbox 360) from Konami, and Ni-Oh (PS3) and Dynasty Warriors 5 (Xbox 360) from Koei. We will have more on and from the Tokyo Game Show 2005 just as soon as it comes in.