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  • Blog Post: Last Guardian Not A Pet Game, Will Feature Simpler Controls

    We first caught wind of Fumito Ueda and Team Ico's The Last Guardian last year. While we did receive a few vague hints of what to expect from Sony's Team Ico presentation at TGS, there's still plenty for us to learn. In an interview with Sony's PlayStation Blog, however, Ueda did reveal... More
  • Blog Post: Kojima's Next Game Coming At Next Year's TGS?

    Did you happen to catch the awesome new Castlevania: Lords of Shadow trailer that debuted at this year's Tokyo Game Show? Did you know that trailer was edited together by Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima, a producer on the game? According to a recent Twitter post, Kojima hopes to create another... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom's Inafune: "Japan Is At Least Five Years Behind"

    The world may still look forward to the annual Tokyo Game Show, but Capcom's Keiji Inafune sees it more as a funeral than a celebration. Echoing thoughts he had last year after the show ended, and even before TGS 2010 even started , Inafune believes the future of video games likes to the West. In... More
  • Blog Post: Spider-Man & RE's Wesker For Marvel Vs. Capcom 3

    The characters for Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 keep on comin'. At Tokyo Game Show 2010, Capcom announced two more fighters: Spider-Man and Wesker from Resident Evil. The inclusion of these two new characters brings the number up to 22, and adds some interesting moves to the mix including Wesker's teleportation... More
  • Blog Post: New Characters For Super Street Fighter IV

    Rumors have been flying for months that there would be new characters in the Japanese arcade version of Super Street Fighter IV. But who cares, right? Those were rumors about characters in arcade cabinets 99% of us would never lay a finger on. Well not only has Capcom confirmed that brothers Yun and... More
  • Blog Post: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unleashed At TGS

    Namco Bandai revealed a new Tekken Tag Tournament game at Tokyo Game Show. Take a look at the first trailer for the game. The appropriately named Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will hit Japanese arcades in the summer of next year. Namco Bandai isn't ruling out a console or Western release for the game,... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft’s Greenberg On Gold, Kinect, Xbox In Japan, And First-Party Publishing

    We talk to Microsoft Xbox product director Aaron Greenberg about the future of Xbox Live (and the recent Gold subscription increase), how quality control will help avoid shovelware on Kinect, the growing presence of Xbox 360 in Japan, and Microsoft’s first-party publishing policy. Game Informer... More
  • Blog Post: Child of Eden Impressions, Screens From TGS

    We got a chance to check out a quick demo of Child of Eden on Kinect at TGS. As a fan of Q Entertainment’s previous work (Rez, Space Channel 5, Lumines) I couldn’t be more excited. The Matrix stage shown proceeded through what looked like a neon fish tank filled with creatures in this futuristic... More
  • Blog Post: Child Of Eden Dev Considering Move Support, Focusing On Kinect

    Back at E3, Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s latest project, Child of Eden, was shown for the first time and quickly became a game to watch for on Kinect. However, even though the game is also due out on PS3, Move support was notably absent. We caught up with Q Entertainment’s product manager Lindsay... More
  • Blog Post: NeverDead Looks Crazy And We Love It

    NeverDead, the new action title from the developer of Medal Gear Solid Acid 2, intrigued us at E3, but if the new screen coming out of TGS are any indication this game is going to be crazy. NeverDead is a game about a human demon hunter who regenerates any damage done to him – kind of like Wolverine... More
  • Blog Post: Deus Ex: Human Revolution TGS Trailer

    Square’s new Deus Ex doesn’t come out until February of next year, but after seeing the new trailer from TGS we wish we could get our hands on the finished product sooner. Human Revolution has had some of the best trailers we’ve seen in a long time; let’s hope the game can live... More
  • Blog Post: Sega Teases Phantasy Star Online 2

    It’s been nearly a decade since Sega released the original PSO for Dreamcast. Sure, playing through that original title now is about as pleasant as smelling 10-year-old cheese, but at the time Sega’s online RPG was hot stuff. Let’s hope this official sequel is better than that Phantasy... More
  • Blog Post: Photo Gallery: Tokyo Game Show 2010

    Couldn't make it out to TGS? We expect so, the ticket abroad makes the barrier of entry pretty high. But don't fret, we've got a gallery of photos from the show floor. It's almost like you were there. Check out the sites of the Tokyo Game Show below. More
  • Blog Post: The Next Yakuza Game Has Zombies. Sure, Why Not?

    Sega's Yakuza series is wildly popular in Japan and less so in the U.S. But, what if we told you Stateside gamers that it had ZOMBIES! Yeah, ZOMBIES! Those crazy undead rascals that have been popping up...well, pretty much in every other game or DLC pack released in the last three years. Yakuza:... More
  • Blog Post: GT5: Polyphony Talks New Cars, Gran Turismo Anywhere Browser Service

    During a Gran Turismo 5 presentation with Polyphony Digital at Tokyo Game Show this week, the team provided some new details on the long-awaited PS3 racing title including new cars, community functionality, Gran Turismo Anywhere service, special event races, the game’s dynamic weather system, and... More
  • Blog Post: X-23 Joins Cast of Marvel vs. Capcom 3

    Mutant female clones are usually very catty, but if you’re talking about a young clone of Wolverine, then she can probably hold her own. New X-Men and X-Force member Laura Kinney hasn’t been in comics for very long, but she’s grown to be popular enough that she’s graduating into... More
  • Blog Post: Ueda Provides Details On The Last Guardian

    Originally known as Project Trico, The Last Guardian by Fumito Ueda shares similar style and thematic elements with beloved previous Team Ico titles Ico and Shadow of the Colossus. And that's about all we really knew about the game, at least until Sony's press events at Tokyo Game Show. The team... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man Universe Customization Videos

    We've been hearing about Capcom's new project Mega Man Universe for some time, but this year's Tokyo Game Show gave us the first opportunity to check out the customization options in action. Check out these three new gameplay videos. Character Customization Gameplay Video Stage Creation More
  • Blog Post: Walk In A Dead Man's Shoes In This New Ghost Trick Trailer

    Ghost Trick for the DS starts out with your character already dead. Who killed you? To find out, you must posses objects and solve puzzles. Take a look at this trailer from TGS 2010. More
  • Blog Post: New Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 Trailer Awesomeness

    Here's the latest video goodness from Capcom's Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, featuring the likes of Wolverine, Tron Bonne, and more! More
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