The lights are on
This is great news for fans and a good opportunity for Square to get some feedback. We also spoke with new director, Hajime Tabata, to get new details about the demo.
Pac-Man is a hugely important character to the world of video games, but he generally keeps to himself and his own games. Let's take a look at his small collection of cameo appearances.
Luida's Bar is a small, quaint place where the spirit and essence of Dragon Quest is alive and kicking. It's like being in a tavern from the games!
You don't need to be a hardcore Final Fantasy XIV fan to appreciate the neat little touches all over the Eorzea Cafe.
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.
Tim Turi guides viewers through the games and slightly more eccentric sights of Japan's largest gaming convention.
The Tokyo Game Show is complete, and we've rounded up all of our coverage resulting from the show.
When we buy toys in North America, we usually know what we're getting in exchange for our money. That's less true in Japan, where many vending machines dispense unknown goods.
We pick the games we hope get localized for North America. Expect plenty of JRPG goodness!
With the show now open to the public, the crowds get more intense, but the excitement level also skyrockets.
Hyrule Warriors releases next week. Here's a video look at the title that made it possible.
Swery's latest game is a bizarre detective romp, but what would you expect from the mind behind Deadly Premonition?