Nintendo has a new 3DS coming out in Japan next month. It's called the New Nintendo 3DS. Do you want one? Have you even heard of it?
This past week in Tokyo, Kotaku was able to sit down with Final Fantasy Type-0 director Hajime Tabata and talk with him about the game's upcoming HD remaster—what's new, what's cut, and why the game is so damned hard.
It's easy to forget that with a fighting game out soon, a 3DS RPG on the way, and Persona 5 after that, there's one more Persona game on the release schedule.
When it comes to cross-game cameos, Hideo Kojima does not waste time. Fresh from scaring the pants off of players in the playable teaser for Silent Hills, Lisa is prepped to terrorize enemies in The Phantom Pain.
Pac Man has been spending decades chowing down on stuff. Eating seems to come so naturally to him I never stopped to consider if he enjoys the taste of everything he eats. Apparently, neither have his owners.
Square Enix offered a playable demo of the new Final Fantasy Explorers at this year's Tokyo Game Show and I got a chance to give it a whirl. It's a solid game. It's a Final Fantasy game. But I'm not sure it's a solid Final Fantasy game.
Part of Earth Defense Force's charm is its low-budget feel. So, what's this? A PS4 version of Earth Defense Force? With a giant mecha smacking the crap out of a kaiju?
This morning as the masses flooded into the Tokyo Game Show for the show's first public day, I decided it was time to put my head through the giant boob hole and play the newest game about zombie-slaying, bikini-clad, busty babes: Onechanbara Z2 Chaos.
For years now, the main Resident Evil games have been getting bigger and bigger. They're still scary, sure, but they're less traditional survival horror and more action game. That's where Revelations comes in.
Snake has a new best friend in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. And thus was Call of Duty Dog completely forgotten.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse allows players to create their own original player character to take part in the history of Dragon Ball. It's a fan's dream, sure, but there's something familiar about it.
It's the Tokyo Game Show. Know what that means? Gamers are gathering to play games. And where there are Japanese gamers, there is usually cosplay.
At this year's Tokyo Game Show, Sony had demos for its Project Morpheus VR headset. The previously announced Summer Lesson ended up not making TGS, but there were two other new demos that were new and worth taking for a spin.
When Final Fantasy Type-0 HD goes on sale next year, it will include a demo voucher code for Final Fantasy XV. Today at the Tokyo Game Show, director Hajime Tabata explained what players can expect.
Resident Evil Revelations 2's isn't the only Resident Evil booth on the floor of the Tokyo Game Show 2014. There's also a Resident Evil-themed airsoft gun shooting range.
Konami and Tri-Ace are teaming up for a smartphone RPG called Chronos Ring. It will be out this fall in Japan, but there is no word yet of a Western release.
Platinum Games' new Xbox One exclusive game, Scalebound, has dragons and dragon riding. For creator Hideki Kamiya, it's a bit of a dream come true.
Psycho-Pass is Japan's big Xbox One exclusive. I was expecting a rather standard text-based adventure game – your typical wall of words broken occasionally by a choice selection. What I got, however, was a very cool look at how the game will use real world tech.
Dive In is an up coming game streaming service for some of Square Enix's most popular games to iOS and Android devices. Today at the Tokyo Game Show, I tried out the service on an Android pad. Let's see how that went.