I’m a native Texan. But let me be the first to say this guy is way more Texas than I’ll ever be.
Neymar is one of the most famous soccer players on Earth. He’s also the most amusing thing at this year’s Tokyo Game Show.
I have been going to the Tokyo Game Show since 2004. I believe this is the first year that Hideo Kojima is not appearing on stage.
Tokyo Game Show this year was packed with games and fans. And cosplay. Lots of cosplay.
PlayStation VR may be the only way I ever want to play Final Fantasy XIV—so long as they work out some of the real world kinks.
There are lots of titles at this week’s Tokyo Game Show. What platforms they appear on is a solid gauge for what’s currently happening in Japanese gaming.
While players in the still West are awaiting the release of the anime (technically “light novel”) cross-over fighter Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax, an updated version of the game was shown off this week at the Tokyo Game Show.
Tri-Ace and Spike Chunsoft’s new RPG, Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky was playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show so I sat down and gave it a whirl.
At TGS, even trailers have two hour wait times. Granted, in this case, said trailer is for the new Steins;Gate. Doesn’t make it any less ridiculous, though. Photo by Richard Eisenbeis.
At the Tokyo Game Show today, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata answered a whole bunch of questions about the game. We learned new things! Such as..
Granblue Fantasy is huge in Japan. Enormous. The game is a smash hit. It’s been downloaded over five million times, and there’s a newly announced anime. Yet, you’ve probably never heard of Granblue Fantasy. Maybe you have!
You just thought the people making Final Fantasy XV sat inside all day in front of computers? They probably do! But sometimes, they go outside and do stuff in the name of FFXV. Adventurous stuff.
There’s Ryu, and there’s Hot Ryu. The bearded Street Fighter character elicited quite a reaction with his grizzled chin. And don’t be surprised if there are more bearded SFV characters on the way.
Hyrule Warriors Legends, the upcoming enhanced 3DS port of Wii U title Hyrule Warriors was playable for the first time at the Tokyo Game Show this week.
Upcoming title Tales of Zestiria will have the original Japanese voice track in addition to a new English one. But for most past Tales games, this hasn’t been the case.
Square Enix and developer Tri-Ace’s latest big title, Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness was playable at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, and after some quality time with the demo, despite some minor issues, it’s shaping up to look pretty solid.
Today saw the playable premier of the newest game in the Ace Attorney series at the Tokyo Game Show —and it seems the dead just can’t seem to leave Phoenix and his trials alone.
Dragon Quest Builders, Square Enix’s new block making RPG feels like a rebellious child—not wanting to acknowledge its heritage, even though it’s really obvious.
I just spent an hour with the new Metal Gear Online. And like its parent game, it’s about more than just charging in, guns blazing.