Well, this year's Tokyo Game Show has drawn to a close. It was a busy show, but it was great to cover it with most of Kotaku East (save for the lovely Eric Jou, who was in Macau, eating heart attacks). Bummer that more of Kotaku couldn't have been here, either, but whaddayagonnado.
This year, like previous years, we ended the show at Outback Steakhouse—and then, CheapyD from CheapAssGamer, also a lovely chap, met me for pancakes before I headed back home. So here's the last day (and round-up) of our coverage.
While at this year's Tokyo Game Show, I got my first hands on with the Wii U. Other Kotaku editors have used the Wii U plenty, but since I didn't go to E3, this was my first. More »
iPad game Tengami is centered around the traditional Japanese pop-out arts and crafts. Designed by Nyamyam (an indie studio started by former Rare devs), Tengami utilizes the idea of paper popping up and down when turning a page. More »
Dragon Ball Z is coming to Kinect as Dragon Ball Z for Kinect. They really should've called it Dragon Ball Z: Total Body Workout.
Not sure who the gentleman playing is (or for which press outlet he writes for). More »
The first public day of this year's Tokyo Game Show drew a whooping 95,000 people. Year after year, the crowds seem to get bigger and bigger. Here's a look at what it's like covering the show, dealing with the crowds, and soaking up the atmosphere once the public days kick off! More »
You've seen the cosplaying dudes of this year's Tokyo Game Show. And now? Now, it's the ladies' turn.
These are some (by no means, all) of the female cosplayers, doing their thing and showing off their fancy outfits in the Tokyo Game Show's cosplay alley. More »
The Tokyo Game Show is a crowded place. It's not so bad on the business days where the attendance is around 25,000 people. On the public days, the amount of people usually skyrockets to over 80,000. More »
Announced back with the release of Macross: Do You Remember Love? on Blu-ray, the new movie Macross FB7: Listen to My Song! premiered its first trailer at Saturday's Macross 30th Anniversary event on the Namco-Bandai stage at the Tokyo Game Show.
Macross FB7: More »
(Top photo: Toshi Nakamura, Toshitaka Tachibana, Richard Eisenbeis, Neil Hulihan from Gizmodo Japan/Kotaku Japan, Brian Ashcraft)