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  • Itagaki's team using modified version of Relic's engine for Devil's Third

    Valhalla Games Studios head Tomonobu Itagaki has said the firm will use a customized version of Relic’s game engine with Devil’s Third, and adding its own choice of middleware.

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  • Capcom in talks with MadCatz on making a SFxT Vita peripheral

    Street Fighter X Tekken producer Yoshinori Ono said said the fighter will have free and paid DLC available “post-launch for an allotted period of time,” and plans are to make it cross-compatible between Vita and PS3.

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  • Square releases video for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy on 3DS

    Square has released a video for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, its 3DS RPG. According to Andriasang, a sample of the game can be seen through the e-Shop, and an “AR Demo App” is also available through the e-Shop. The video makes use of a special AR card, you can get at the Tokyo Game Show […]

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  • Luigi's Mansion 2 gets some new footage

    Nintendo’s dropped some direct-feed footage of Luigi’s Mansion 2, the first time we believe the game’s been seen since its unveil at E3 earlier this year. We’re pretty sure this’ll probably drive 3DS sales a bit, considering how demand for a sequel there was before the E3 announce. Get it below the break, via GT. […]

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  • SCEJ president doesn't see 3DS or smartphones as Vita competitors

    SCEJ president Hiroshi Kawano doesn’t feel Nintendo’s 3DS is a direct competitor to Vita, due to the two handhelds being vastly different from each other in not only looks and tech, but price point.

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  • Ni No Kuni to get US release early next year

    Level 5′s confirmed it’s to release Ni No Kuni for the US next year.

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  • MGS: Peace Walker HD gets new TGS trailer

    Konami’s released a new video of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD, showing Snake sneaking and taking out guards before taking them away via futon recovery. You know, the usual. Peace Walker will get a separate retail release in Japan on November 10, but will release as part of the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection […]

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  • Yoshida: Vita to have external battery option

    Sony WorldWide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed PlayStation Vita will have an additional battery option which will extend the handheld’s charge.

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  • Ridge Racer Vita teaser trailer released

    Namco’s released a teaser trailer for Rigde Racer Vita, and although it doesn’t contain any gameplay footage, it does just enough to get you all excited if you’re a Ridge Racer fan. The trailer suggests that the new title will lay heavy emphasis on online play as you’re shown connecting with players from all over […]

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  • Sound Shapes preview name-checks Child of Eden, Rez, Lumines

    Could Sound Shapes be the next Lumines? They’re both deceptively simple, stylish games, both combining audio, video and gameplay in ways we haven’t necessarily seen before, and they’re both for Sony handhelds.

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  • A first look at Katamari Damacy for Vita

    We knew there was a new Katamari Damacy rolling towards the PlayStation Vita, but now, Namco Bandai has given us a sneaky peek of what’s in store, with a bunch of screens, a pile of details and one very dizzy trailer.

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  • DMC TGS stage show introduces gamescom demo

    Capcom’s shown off the gamescom demo of DMC at Tokyo Game Show. The first part shows Dante and his ghost companion, while the second part shows a lot more of his white-haired side with Devil Trigger activated. This is properly stonking good, with the environments seriously absolutely brilliant. Get watching below the break, via GT. […]

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  • Soul Calibur V gets TGS trailer

    Looking quite wicked, so it is. Definitely on the watch list, going by what we played at gamescom as well. Get the trailer, full of new and old faces and thensome, below the break, via GameFront. It’s out next year for PS3 and 360.

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  • TGS '11: Asura's Wrath is a badass Buddhist beat em'up

    CyberConnect2 and Capcom have joined forces to create Asura’s Wrath, blending sci-fi with ancient myths and a steep learning curve. In Tokyo, Brenna Hillier discovers what it’s all about.

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TGS 2011 Latest

  • Itagaki’s team using modified version of Relic’s engine for Devil’s Third

    Valhalla Games Studios head Tomonobu Itagaki has said the firm will use a customized version of Relic’s game engine with Devil’s Third, and adding its own choice of middleware.

  • Capcom in talks with MadCatz on making a SFxT Vita peripheral

    Street Fighter X Tekken producer Yoshinori Ono said said the fighter will have free and paid DLC available “post-launch for an allotted period of time,” and plans are to make it cross-compatible between Vita and PS3.

  • Square releases video for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy on 3DS

    Square has released a video for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, its 3DS RPG. According to Andriasang, a sample of the game can be seen through the e-Shop, and an “AR Demo App” is also available through the e-Shop. The video makes use of a special AR card, you can get at the Tokyo Game Show […]

  • Luigi’s Mansion 2 gets some new footage

    Nintendo’s dropped some direct-feed footage of Luigi’s Mansion 2, the first time we believe the game’s been seen since its unveil at E3 earlier this year. We’re pretty sure this’ll probably drive 3DS sales a bit, considering how demand for a sequel there was before the E3 announce. Get it below the break, via GT. […]

  • SCEJ president doesn’t see 3DS or smartphones as Vita competitors

    SCEJ president Hiroshi Kawano doesn’t feel Nintendo’s 3DS is a direct competitor to Vita, due to the two handhelds being vastly different from each other in not only looks and tech, but price point.

  • Ni No Kuni to get US release early next year

    Level 5′s confirmed it’s to release Ni No Kuni for the US next year.

  • MGS: Peace Walker HD gets new TGS trailer

    Konami’s released a new video of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD, showing Snake sneaking and taking out guards before taking them away via futon recovery. You know, the usual. Peace Walker will get a separate retail release in Japan on November 10, but will release as part of the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection […]

  • Yoshida: Vita to have external battery option

    Sony WorldWide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed PlayStation Vita will have an additional battery option which will extend the handheld’s charge.

  • Ridge Racer Vita teaser trailer released

    Namco’s released a teaser trailer for Rigde Racer Vita, and although it doesn’t contain any gameplay footage, it does just enough to get you all excited if you’re a Ridge Racer fan. The trailer suggests that the new title will lay heavy emphasis on online play as you’re shown connecting with players from all over […]

  • Sound Shapes preview name-checks Child of Eden, Rez, Lumines

    Could Sound Shapes be the next Lumines? They’re both deceptively simple, stylish games, both combining audio, video and gameplay in ways we haven’t necessarily seen before, and they’re both for Sony handhelds.

  • A first look at Katamari Damacy for Vita

    We knew there was a new Katamari Damacy rolling towards the PlayStation Vita, but now, Namco Bandai has given us a sneaky peek of what’s in store, with a bunch of screens, a pile of details and one very dizzy trailer.

  • DMC TGS stage show introduces gamescom demo

    Capcom’s shown off the gamescom demo of DMC at Tokyo Game Show. The first part shows Dante and his ghost companion, while the second part shows a lot more of his white-haired side with Devil Trigger activated. This is properly stonking good, with the environments seriously absolutely brilliant. Get watching below the break, via GT. […]

  • Soul Calibur V gets TGS trailer

    Looking quite wicked, so it is. Definitely on the watch list, going by what we played at gamescom as well. Get the trailer, full of new and old faces and thensome, below the break, via GameFront. It’s out next year for PS3 and 360.

  • TGS ’11: Asura’s Wrath is a badass Buddhist beat em’up

    CyberConnect2 and Capcom have joined forces to create Asura’s Wrath, blending sci-fi with ancient myths and a steep learning curve. In Tokyo, Brenna Hillier discovers what it’s all about.

  • Metro: Last Light gets knockout shots from TGS

    THQ’s released five new screens of Metro: Last Light from Tokyo Game Show. The 4A shooter’s being shown on the showfloor during the event on PC and on consoles, according to the game’s comms boss Huw Beynon. This is definitely a proper knockout game, going by what we seen in Cologne at gamescom. One to […]

  • Sonic Generations video shows Green Hill, Chemical Plant, and Sky Sanctuary

    SEGA has released a 59 second video for Sonic Generations, showing three Genesis-era levels: Green Hill, Chemical Plant, and Sky Sanctuary. Watch it below. It’s out in November for PS3, 3DS, and 360.

  • Itagaki to be a playable character Saints Row: The Third

    THQ confirmed during TGS 2011 game designer Tomonobu Itagaki will be a playable character in Saints Row: The Third. While folks will be able to use the character creation feature in the game to look however they wish, Itagaki will be a pre-existing character complete with leather jacket and sunglasses. Itagaki is currently working on […]

  • Thursday Shorts: 1000 Tiny Claws, All 4 One Gemini Wars, LucasArts, UMvC3

    There are so many shorts below, we’re baffled. You have been warned.

  • TGS 2011: Namco releases complete prologue for Dark Souls

    Namco has released the complete prologue and first cinematic of Dark Souls. You can watch it below. Dark Souls will be available on PS3 ans Xbox 360 on October 7. Thanks, KoRnFanBob.

  • Itagaki believes the industry in Japan lacks confidence

    Former Team Ninja boss Tomonobu Itagaki has said developers in the Japanese games industry, especially the younger generation, “shouldn’t be afraid of a slap in the face.”

  • Sony: “Ask Capcom,” if you want to know why Monster Hunter 4 isn’t on Vita

    SCEJ president Hiroshi Kawano has quipped that if you want to know the reason why Monster Hunter 4 is not heading to Vita, “ask Capcom.”

  • Quick Shots: TGS screens for Lumines, Michael Jackson, Rayman Origins

    Ubisoft has released screenshots for three of its Vita games, literally on the system, which the firm is showing at TGS this week.

  • TGS 2011: Wada and the paradigm shift of gaming’s future

    Square Enix’s Yoichi Wada turned visionary in his TGS address this morning, telling the industry to climb the mountain of games tech diversity rather than fall. Brenna Hillier reports from Tokyo.

  • Yakuza: Of the End: “If” it were localized, the controls would be tweaked for westerners

    Yakuza 3 director, Daisuke Sato, has said if Yakuza: Of the End were to be localized in Europe and North America, the controls would be changed around a bit.

  • Starhawk trailer goes long on space combat

    Sony’s released a brand new trailer for Starhawk. The video for the Lightbox Entertainment title shows for the first time in large detail the space combat battles that are within the game: on food, mechs and, naturally, in the jets themselves. This is a very hot looking video, as you’ll discover below the break. Get […]

  • First Tales of Innocence R trailer goes heavy on anime

    Namco’s released the first trailer of Tales of Innocence R following its unveil at TGS this week. The RPG’s reveal follows the recent release of big PS3 brother Xillia in Japan a couple of weeks back. You can get the video for it below the break, which goes all in on the anime cutscenes in […]

  • MGS HD Collection TGS trailer shows MGS2 HD for first time

    Konami’s gone and released the TGS trailer of the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection, showing properly for the first time Metal Gear Solid 2 in actual HD footage. The video confirms that the version of MGS2 that’ll be in the pack will not be the vanilla version of Sons of Liberty, but rather Substance, with […]

  • Gravity Daze gets new videos from Tokyo

    Two videos of Gravity Daze have appeared online from Tokyo Game Show this morning. The first is a playthrough of the game by Siren creator and ex-Silent Hill boss Keiichiro Toyama, while the second video is the trailer for the game at the show. We’ve had a proper eye on this since we seen it […]

  • F1 2011 gets first Vita footage

    Codemasters has released the first footage of F1 2011 being played on Vita from Tokyo Game Show this morning. It’s not full of too many shockers; there’s F1 cars going round Spa. Not much else to say to that other than it’s below the break. The game will have all the teams, drivers and tracks […]

  • Namco Bandai at TGS – Vita, 3DS, Soulcalibur V

    Famitsu already spoiled some of the big announcements to come out of the Namco Bandai pre-TGS press conference, but there were still some details to be chewed over and enjoyed. Expect big things for the PlayStation Vita launch lineup, Tekken, Ace Combat, Katamari Damacy and – of course, Soulcalibur V.