During the Tokyo Game Show, Hideo Kojima was asked about Metal Gear Survive. He wasn’t rude per se, but honest. Official footage of the incident, however, seems to be vanishing, causing all sorts of wild speculation on major Japanese game sites.
This year marks the last release of a Naruto Shippuden title. Developer CyberConnect2 has been making Naruto games since the PlayStation 2 era, but now that the Naruto manga is finished, they are ending their popular series of games.
During a recent round table at Namco Bandai headquarters in Tokyo, I asked From Software’s Hidetaka Miyazaki about the future of Dark Souls, as well as what else the studio is working on. The good news is yes, a new Armored Core is coming. The bad news is that, at least for the foreseeable future, more Dark Souls is…
To be honest, I wasn’t that excited when I showed up at Enhance Games’ office in Tokyo’s Aoyama to play Area X, a new area in Rez Infinite for PlayStation VR. I’d played Rez and Rez HD, so I thought Rez in VR would be no big deal. Besides, VR usually makes me sick, and I hadn’t even had dinner.
Konami sure is trying. Gotta give them that. But if YouTube likes are any indication, loads of people aren’t feeling Metal Gear Survive.
Konami is making a new Metal Gear. It’s called Metal Gear Survive and has zombies in it. This weekend at the Tokyo Game Show, Hideo Kojima briefly talked about the game and how he has nothing to do with it.
Square Enix announced a new mobile game called King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon at Tokyo Game Show 2016. It’ll be part of the Final Fantasy XV Universe, and is actually one of the games played by the characters in that world similar to Justice Monsters Five, that “mobile pinball thing” that came out for iOS and…
At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, there is a VR experience in which players touch a mannequin set-up that uses capacitive sensors. The developers now say after a day on the TGS show floor, those sensors are busted.
Are you handsome? If not, you should get a Final Fantasy XV mask. Because then, you will be quite dashing.
Oh hey! It’s time to take a look at the first day of the 2016 Tokyo Game Show.
The guns. The jumping. The giant bugs. I’ve always enjoyed the Earth Defense Force games. They’re goofy, silly, and glorious, like Roger Corman movies you can play. The latest one does not appear to disappoint.
It’s called Resident Evil: Vendetta and will be out spring 2017 in Japan.
Square Enix has been teasing that it would announce a new action title at the Tokyo Game Show. Today, TGS begins, and Square Enix did just that. It’s called Flame X Blaze and will be out on iOS/Android this winter in Japan. No word on a Western release.
Japan will play host to its own Evo tournament. It will be called, well, Evo Japan, and according to 4Gamer, more details will be announced this September at the Tokyo Game Show.
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.
Project Morpheus 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.