While Sega says it’s created guidelines for Sonic, the assumption would be that promoting-Sonic-with-Hooters falls under them. I guess? Today at the Tokyo Game Show, Sega announced that it will be collaborating for a Sonic Forces promotion.
This just might be the best cosplay at this year’s Tokyo Game Show: A little Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children riding a small Chocobo.
Today is the first public day at the Tokyo Game Show. Meaning? Throngs of people have descended and are lining up to play games. There is one title in particular people want to play, and that is Monster Hunter: World.
“Besides Nintendo, there really aren’t that many character-type games in Japan,” says Sega’s Shun Nakamura. Sonic is one of the remaining few Japanese characters that isn’t from Nintendo.
Today the Tokyo Game Show is opening its doors to the general public. Lots and lots of people are showing up, ready to play games.
For years, the Earth Defense Force games have been compared to B-films. They’re fun, campy, and gleefully stupid. The newly announced Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain, however, is bringing some big changes to the series: Less stupid, more scary.
Monster of the Deep, the VR fishing game based on Final Fantasy XV, is a fairly standard video game fishing experience, right up until the moment you have to bust out the crossbow.
Goodness, I know I’ve tried. Since Monster Hunter exploded on the PSP, I’ve always felt that this was a series I should be into. Like, it was a requirement for me as a resident of Japan. But yet, I could never quite get into Monster Hunter.
One of the biggest selling points of the first Ni No Kuni was the involvement of Studio Ghibli. For the sequel, however, the famed anime studio’s name is nowhere to be found.
As recently revealed, Dragon Ball FighterZ has an original fighter called Android 21. Even though the character was created by Namco Bandai for the game, the company explained how the character was designed by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama.
Let us take you on a magical tour of the Tokyo Game Show floor! Brian Ashcraft and I show you what’s hot at the Capcom, Sega, Square Enix, and Sony booths, plus more. We discover the secret Secret of Mana area as well as delicious plastic meat. Enjoy!
The Tokyo Game Show food court is, as you might imagine, fairly incredible. I got some amazing steak curry to make up for that Pac-Man abomination from yesterday.
Earlier this week, Square Enix announced Left Alive with a short teaser. Here’s the game’s first proper trailer, shedding more light on what to expect.
The Tokyo Game Show is underway! Today is the first business day, which means the show isn’t yet open to the general public. The masses of people won’t arrive until Saturday, giving us unobstructed views of the booths.
Here’s the Japanese special edition for Secret of Mana. As you can see, it is pretty hot shit. You got your game, your soundtrack, figurines of the three characters, and then a freaking pop-up book with the Mana tree, so you can set the figures next to the tree and recreate the game’s iconic cover art. (And we don’t…
Of course, PUBG is at Tokyo Game Show too. If you finish the match in the Top 5 you win a T-shirt. Already full of players!
As you get off the train for Tokyo Game Show, you’re greeted by the main characters of every Final Fantasy. It’s an ad for a 30th anniversary art exhibition starting in January here in Tokyo. I went up and down stairs until I found Terra and Bartz. (Well, Tina and Butz.)
Titled “Comrades,” Final Fantasy XV’s online expansion will be released on October 31. Set after Chapter 13 in the main game, players create their own FFXV character and meet up with three friends online for questing in the land of Eos.
The live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie cast is all-Japanese, even if the characters are not. The anime’s director says this was “a bad idea.”
Green leaves and green energy. Harlingen, TX. By Chris Lopez.