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  • Blog Post: Our Favorite Games Of TGS 2014

    With all of the strange happenings on the show floor, it can be easy to forget that video games are still the stars of TGS. During our time at the show, we saw a lot of cool stuff from talented developers, but these are the titles that got us most excited for the future. Several games you might expect... More
  • Blog Post: Take A Video Tour Of Tokyo Game Show 2014

    The Tokyo Game Show is wrapping up and we wanted to offer you the opportunity to see the show in action. On the first day of the show (which is a less crowded, business-focused day), Game Informer's senior associate editor Tim Turi traveled to the convention center in Tokyo to explore the show floor... More
  • Blog Post: Tokyo Game Show 2014 News, Previews, Trailers And More Round-Up

    The Tokyo Game Show is complete, and we've rounded up all of our coverage resulting from the show. Below you will find everything we've published (so far) from our time at the show, organized in easy to follow sections. Features As you might have assume from the name Tokyo Game Show, the show... More
  • Blog Post: The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day Three

    The Tokyo Game Show is almost done, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything left to see. With the show now open to the public, the crowds get more intense, but the excitement level also skyrockets. Not only are there more people at TGS on the public days, but more of them are in costume. So... More
  • Blog Post: The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day Two

    The Tokyo Game Show is in full swing, and the sights and sounds of the show floor are different from any other video game event in the world. We've covered of our favorite things already, but that didn't cover all of the interesting things to be seen in the Makuhari Messe. Join us for the second... More
  • Blog Post: The Wondrous Sights Of TGS 2014 – Day One

    Tokyo Game Show opened its doors to the press today and we were right there to capture the action. Plenty of interesting artifacts, cosplayers, and games were on display. Being a huge fan of the Japanese video game scene, I had to take some pictures to share the amazing experience. The show began with... More
  • Blog Post: Everything You Need To Know About The New 3DS

    Nintendo surprised the video game world today with the announcement of a new 3DS. A mid-generation hardware update is nothing new for Nintendo, but this is perhaps its most drastic handheld revision to date. Read on for a detailed breakdown of what to expect from the new 3DS. More Powerful The system... More
  • Blog Post: Five Licensed Famicom Games That Never Released On NES

    On July 15, 1983, Nintendo released the Famicom in Japan. Though the console itself eventually made its way to North America (as the Nintendo Entertainment System), not every game released in both territories. To celebrate the 31st birthday of the history-making system, we’ve put together a list... More
  • Blog Post: Talking Wrestling With Suda51

    Pro wrestling is an inherently weird industry. People tend to fall into one of two categories – either you don't understand why anyone would ever watch two huge dudes pretend to be angry at each other, or you're completely obsessed with it. I definitely fall into the latter category, and... More
  • Blog Post: The True Story Of Double Dragon

    The original Double Dragon was one of the first beat-em-ups to ever hit arcades. For a time it was a cultural icon, but how well do you know its story? I remember when I first encountered Double Dragon on the NES I thought it was the coolest game I'd ever encountered. It's story wasn't complicated... More
  • Blog Post: Traditional Wisdom: Mark Cerny And The Allure Of Japan

    While it didn't make the cut for the longer video interview covering Mark Cerny's career , I wanted to share this clip of Mark Cerny discussing his time in Japan. As the system architect for the PlayStation 4 and creative director on Knack , Mark Cerny's career in the gaming industry has... More
  • Blog Post: Knack For All Trades: Mark Cerny's Legendary Career In Games

    Mark Cerny's portfolio is filled with classic games like Marble Madness, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Crash Bandicoot, and more, making his development career one of the most renown in the industry. Sony tapped into Cerny's decades of experience when they asked him to be the system architect for their... More
  • Blog Post: Import-Friendly Japanese Games

    How many times do we see a game that piques our interest and then curse that it's not being released in North America? When all hope is completely dashed, importing is your only opportunity to experience the game. The decision brings a slew of challenges, especially that pesky language barrier. After... More
  • Blog Post: Unboxing The PlayStation Vita

    I just now got my hands on the Japanese version of Sony's new handheld. In this video, we reveal the Vita's packaging, menus, front-end features, and play a couple games. So far, it seems like a well-made system with some impressive technology under the hood. The screen itself is big and beautiful... More
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