Thu, Sep 15, 2011 | 18:21 BST
EU News Wrap, September 15 – What happened today
Video, video, video, video, video, video, video.
TGS 2011 Vita Showcase: AR, Remote Play, PS Suite, more
Brenna brings back a detail report from Shuhei Yoshida’s TGS keynote on Vita. Still no western date, though.
This is what mostly consisted of my day. Posting video after video with an odd bit inbetween. So yeah, that was my day in a nutshell.
Again, no Bulletcast. Pat had somewhere to be and I was on TGS cleanup patrol, so I was ruled out. But we should hopefully be back tomorrow.
In the meantime, here’s the news. Or rather, here are the videos from the European shift.
- FFXIII-2 gets formal dates, special PS3 hardware bundle
You see some old faces in this one. And there’s still another trailer to come as well.
- TGS Kojima show: MGS HD pack releasing November 23
All part of a non-singing, non-dancing, all-sticker peeling stage show from Hideo Kojima.
- Gears of War 3 reviews go live – every score here
As this goes live, Pat is about to interview Cliff Bleszinski over the phone. BOOMTOWN, BABY!
- FFXIII-2 TGS trailer dropped by Square Enix
To go with the dates.
- Off-screen Persona 4: The Ultimate footage is what you’d expect
- F1 2011 gets first Vita footage
Vroom and all that.
- Gravity Daze gets new videos from Tokyo
Besides Uncharted, this is my most wanted Vita game. Would like to get my hands on it soon.
- MGS HD Collection TGS trailer shows MGS2 HD for first time
- First Tales of Innocence R trailer goes heavy on anime
Again: called it.
- Lord of Apocalypse gets first trailer
Some of the animation in this is very good.
- Dead Island ships 1 million in first week in US, 2 million worldwide expected by week’s end
Seems Feminist Whore didn’t scare people off, then.
- Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD gets debut trailer
Gilray and team at JAW provided this today. Looking top notch.
- Starhawk trailer goes long on space combat
This is looking rather awesome. It’s on the to look out for list.
- Mortal Kombat sells 3 million units worldwide
Seemingly deserved as well. Congrats to all involved at Warner and Netherrealm.
- Team Fortress 2 video pays tribute to Skyrim trailer
Yup. Another video.
And that be that. The image is Jonsi & Alex, with the former being the frontman of Sigur Ros. You should give their album, Riceboy Sleeps, a listen. I reckon you’ll love it.
See you tomorrow, stranger.