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  • Blog Post: Japanese Final Fantasy Agito Trailer Has A Twist

    It's all fun and games in this Japanese Final Fantasy Agito TGS trailer – until around the two and a half minute mark. You'll see harmless studying, lacrosse, Moogles, guitar-playing (or rather guitar case carrying), and even what looks to be some dating-sim mechanics in the first full... More
  • Blog Post: Experiencing The Tales Of Store In Japan

    Sometimes things are just meant to be. I had no idea a Tales of store existed, but when I visited Akihabara, I stumbled upon it. The Tales series has been with us for a long time. Celebrating its 15 anniversary this year, it's constantly entertained me with its fun action battle system and quirky... More
  • Blog Post: The Crazy Sights Of TGS 2013: Day Three

    For the first day of the Tokyo Game Show 2013 , I gave you an overview of the show floor. On day two of the show , Kim Wallace channeled her JRPG fanaticism to deliver a more informed viewpoint on TGS titles that may be more obscure to U.S. gamers. Day three of TGS is open to the public, and with it... More
  • Blog Post: Hands-On With The Playroom Shows Off The PS4 Controller And Camera

    The Playroom is something I've known about for a while, but never looked much into it. Something about it left me skeptical; my mind goes back to the PlayStation 3 Eye and all the gimmicky software that came with it to test out its capabilities, like the Eye of Judgment and EyePet. I'm not saying... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Announces Deep Down Is Free-To-Play On PS4

    Deep Down has been turning heads since it was announced with its Dark Souls vibe. Today at Tokyo Game Show, producer Yoshinori Ono revealed it will be free-to-play. President of Sony's worldwide studios, Shuhei Yoshida confirmed the information on his Twitter , adding that Sony is planning an open... More
  • Blog Post: The Crazy Sights Of TGS 2013: Day Two

    We were back in action scouring the show floor of Tokyo Game Show on the second day, so you don't have to miss out on the party. Tim Turi took the lead on day one , but I got into some mischief on day two. I found Japanese games I hope get localized, tracked down Hatsune Miku, and found video game... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Teases New Gravity Rush Project

    Today at the Tokyo Game Show 2013 in Tokyo, Japan, Sony teased a new Gravity Rush game. The original Gravity Rush (called Gravity Daze in Japan) released on the PlayStation Vita last year and received generally favorable reviews . The brief, beautiful trailer shows protagonist Kat flying through the... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces PlayStation 4 Gaikai Streaming For PS3 Titles Coming In 2014

    At a roundtable interview at the Tokyo Game Show yesterday, Sony president of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida made an announcement that is likely to make PlayStation Plus members very happy. Starting sometime next year, the Gaikai streaming service will bring PlayStation 3 titles to PS4 owners. According... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Projecting Five Million PlayStation 4 Consoles Sold Before The End Of The Fiscal Year

    During Sony's TGS press conference, SCE president Andrew House said (by way of translator) that Sony is projecting the sale of five million PlayStation 4 consoles before the end of the year. Sony president of worldwide studios Shuhei Yoshida, who presented the PlayStation smartphone app and PS Vita... More
  • Blog Post: The Crazy Sights Of TGS 2013: Day One

    Big video games conventions are all about spectacle. The Tokyo Game Show isn't jam packed with big booths and thumping music like E3, but it has its share of zaniness. I took a stroll through multiple show floor halls at the Makuhari Messe convention center today and thought I'd share my journey... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Confirms PlayStation 4 Compatibility With External Gameplay Capture Devices

    Tokyo Game Show is going on right now, and yesterday Sony took a significant step in appeasing a segment of the community. While all the details aren't yet revealed, it seems that external gameplay capture devices will function on the PlayStation 4. The concern stems from high-bandwidth digital content... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy Tactics And Vagrant Story Director Introduces New Project

    Today at Tokyo Game Show, I met Yasumi Matsuno, one of the minds behinds Final Fantasy Tactics, Vagrant Story, and Tactics Ogre. Matsuno revealed that he's joining forces with American company Playdek, who brought board and hobby games like Penny Arcade The Game: Good vs. Evil and Ascension: Chronicle... More
  • Blog Post: Suda51 Discusses Next-Gen And Emotional Multiplayer Relationships

    Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi “Suda51” Suda (No More Heroes, Lollipop Chainsaw) is known for his highly stylized single-player games, but he has a unique vision for next generation multiplayer. The Japanese developer has been quiet about details on his upcoming PS4 title, Lily Bergamo... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Shows Off PlayStation App

    Today at Sony's Keynote, the company gave a demonstration of its Playstation App. The PlayStation App appears similar to Microsoft's Smartglass app. You can check updates on your friends, accept requests, and send messages. With PlayStation 4's focus on its social elements, the ability to... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Shows Off PlayStation App, Demonstrates Vita TV During TGS Press Conference

    Sony didn't offer any revelations about its upcoming hardware, but it did show off some of their assorted functions in action for the first time. Sony's Shuhei Yoshida showed off the PlayStation app, which will allow players to take advantage of second screen applications in games, where applicable... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Talks More PlayStation Vita TV

    Andrew House, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, took the stage today at Sony's TGS Keynote to discuss the company's vision and more about PlayStation Vita TV. While House reiterated the goal to reach more types of gamers and maintain a PS4 vision that is consumer focused and developer... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Souls II Gets A Release Date And A New Trailer

    Dark Souls fans won't have too long of a wait before the infamous "You Died" screen greets them again. Namco Bandai confirmed that Dark Souls II is releasing on March 11, 2014. March's invitation into a new punishing world is only confirmed for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as of this... More
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