Kotaku Originals: No Show-StopperS

Tokyo Games Show dominated this week but it didn't account for all the news. Just like this week won't account for all our TGS coverage. We'll have plenty more when the team returns to the States. Well, except for Bash.

Please do hit that first link to peer at the voluminous report put together by Crecente, Totilo, Bash and McWhertor, with more coming. And check out the eight reviews and previews that ran stateside while Kotaku was in Japan, reporting on the games to be reviewed and previewed in the months to come.

The week in originals:

Kotaku's TGS 2009 Coverage

Kotaku Talk Radio

Previews, Reviews, Impressions and Hands-On
Wii Fit Plus Preview: One Fat Slice Of Cheese
Need for Speed Shift Review: Switching Gears
Muramasa: The Demon Blade Review: Hot Springs Eternal
Star Wars The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes Preview: Split Personality Gameplay
LEGO Indiana Jones 2 Driving Segment Preview: Smash! Crash! Rehash!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up Review: Heroes And A Half-Smash-Bros.
Halo 3: ODST Review: The More Vulnerable Edition
Mini Ninjas Review: Hitman: Lunch Money
Persona PSP Review: This Time It's Persona
Frankenreview: Halo 3: O.D.S.T.

Columns
Well Played: Bakugan: Contender to the Pokemon Throne?
Stick Jockey: Where Madden Plugs a Gap, Another Sees a Running Lane
Top Stories
Wii Price Drop Timed to Wii Fit Plus Release
Sony Nixes Plans For UMD Conversion Program For PSPGo

News
The Voice Of A Master: James Arnold Taylor
Tsumuji Bring Ninja Sneaking To The DS
Hope On The Horizon For Aion's Server Woes
Asia's Other Game Convention: Singapore Shines in September
Left 4 Dead 2 Demo Coming Next Month
The Lusty Screenshots of Dante's Inferno
A Development Studio That Doesn't Put Out Many Games Might Be Busy
Justify Your Giant Bakugan Truck
Bakugan: The Truck
Metroid Prime Team Discusses Their Decade Of Samus, Ponders Series' Future
Aion's Early Start So Far
iPhone Chart Toppers: Dexter Arrives

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