It’s that time again. Time for cosplayers to descend on the Tokyo Game Show. The two public days bring out some of the most talented and most interesting cosplayers around.
Gaming on the go like you’ve never seen it before.
Code Vein doubles-down on the vampire Dark Souls vibes in its latest trailer from Tokyo Game Show. Revealed in May and aiming for a 2018 release on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, the game features real-time action and medieval gas masks. It also all takes place in an apocalyptic wasteland for safe measure.
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.
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.
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.
Atlus and Vanillaware’s collaboration 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim was officially announced at the 2015 Tokyo Game Show. Check out the latest trailer, released today in Tokyo.
Typically, when Sony releases themed game hardware, the consoles come out the same day that the games do. That’s not the case for this Monster Hunter World PlayStation 4.
Today at Sony’s pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference, Square Enix revealed a brand new game titled Left Alive.
After being leaked last week, Dragon’s Crown has officially been announced for the PlayStation 4.
The latest Final Fantasy heading to the PlayStation 4 is fan favorite Final Fantasy IX. Update: It’s out now, and mildly enhanced.
Sony just announced a limited edition Call of Duty: World War II themed PlayStation 4 for Japan. It will be released on November 3 and is priced at 39,980 yen ($358).
Today in Tokyo, Sony is holding its annual pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference. What announcements will Sony make? What surprises will there be? Watch here and find out.