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TGS 2011: All Aboard the Sony Boat

Sony’s efforts to woo Western press with Vita at the Tokyo Game Show went absolutely arse up, exposing the console to the cold light of objectivity.

  • A Conversation Piece: Nagoshi talks Binary Domain

    Binary Domain does more than cyberpunk shooting. At Tokyo Game Show 2011, we spoke with producer Toshihiro Nagoshi about chatting and consequence.

  • Dragon Quest X direct feed footage released by Square

    Direct-feed footage of Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online, which is the first footage of the MMO, has been released. It shows some of the in-game graphics, CGI, and a group pf players running about the land. The Wii version is out during 2012 in Japan. Direct feed shots, which we posted […]

  • Saints Row: The Third - Itagaki and the octopus gun

    The Saints’ next adventure looks to push the concepts of dress sense and decency to their inevitable limits. Brenna Hillier gets overwhelmed in Tokyo.

  • Army Corps of Hell: Meet Pikmin's evil twin

    Nintendo has Pikmin, it looks like maybe Sony has Army Corps of Hell. Bear with me on this. It’s a new game, just announced from Square Enix, and it’s headed straight to Vita as a launch title. And it’s more than a little bizarre.

  • Dead Or Alive 5 prides itself on being "entertaining"

    We don’t know much yet about Dead Or Alive 5, but we do know that it is a “fighting entertainment” game, no matter what you might think. That’s the way Team Ninja boss Yosuke Hayashi describes it, and he’s got good reason for it.

  • Deadly Premonition designer Hidetaka Suehiro directing Lord of Apocalypse

    Square Enix’s Lord of Apocalypse, a successor to Lord of Arcana, is in development from Access Games with Deadly Premonition designer Hidetaka Suehiro signed on to direct, it has been announced. The game, announced just before TGS will be made available for PSP and Vita on December 17 in Japan. It has not been announced […]

  • Suda explains his various roles at Grasshopper Manufacture

    Goichi Suda has said the gaming concepts at Grasshopper Manufacture pretty much stem from his ideas, but when it comes to the actual execution, it varies per game.

  • Yasuda explains Hero Mode inclusion in Ninja Gaiden 3

    Team Ninja has explained that Hero Mode in Ninja Gaiden 3, which is a less-challenging mode with auto dodges and blocks, was implemented so newcomers to the series could experience the story without dying all the time.

  • Kinect's Panzer Dragoon - TGS shows off Project Draco

    Dragons, Kinect, Tokyo Game Show 2011: these three elements combined to bring you Brenna Hillier’s report from Japan on Kinect’s continuing mission to court the core.

  • Capcom goes TGS stage show video mental

    Capcom’s gone live with an absolute fuckton of stage show videos for its games at Tokyo Game Show, DMC, Asura’s Wrath, Resident Evil: Revelations and Dragon’s Dogmas are some of the games that get shown. Get all the videos below, via Unity.

  • TGS 2011 hits 222,000, 2012 event gets dated

    CESA’s announced that over 222,000 pepople attended Tokyo Game Show this year.

  • Sony displays PS Vita in a number of eye-popping hues

    Of course, black goes with everything, but sometimes you want a little variety, right? Sony’s listening. While all the early Vita models we’ve seen have been in stock-standard Piano Black, we’ve found a video that shows off more than a few alternative options.

  • Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney looks at localisation

    This started out as just letting you know there are some awesome new screenshots for Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney floating about the internets – and then we discovered that the images are accompanied by some pretty strong suggestions that the game will venture out beyond Japan.

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