Devil May Cry is back. The combat is a blast, the dialogue is irreverent and snappy, and the game looks terrific. Best of all, Dante is in top form.
This year’s Tokyo Game Show is over. But our memories of its cosplay will live on and on.
While at the Tokyo Game Show, I checked out a trio of fighters based on anime games, including Kill la Kill: IF, My Hero: One’s Justice and Jump Force.
The latest Resident Evil 2 remake trailer has first official glimpse of Ada Wong.
Cafe Leblanc isn’t only a place for serious coffee lovers, but it’s also where Tokyo Game Show visitors can play some Persona Q2.
The recently announced PlayStation Classic is small. But how does it look side by side with the original? Like this!
Today’s PlayStation event in Japan was weird, to say the least. Attendees watched a spaceship in the shape of a DualShock 4 fly through the universe while the buttons on it talked to them in weird computer voices. A few new games did get shown at the event, though, including an action-RPG courtroom brawler from the…
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.
Tokyo Game Show is as much about going shopping as it is playing games. Most of the major game publishers have two booths at TGS: One with game demos, and one selling merch. Some of it’s available elsewhere in Japan, some of it’s only available here. And most of it is really cool.
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.
I’m in Japan! Tokyo Game Show begins later this week, but I’ll be joining Ashcraft in bringing you news of whatever else I find while exploring Tokyo starting... now. Here is a plate of Hinoya, my current favorite Japanese curry. It is a perfection of the form. I’m trying not to just eat this exclusively all week. I…
Sony is holding its pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference on September 19 from 4pm Japan Time. It will be directed at the domestic Japanese market, but could have some surprises.
This is Tornado Yoshida. He recently appeared in costume at this year’s World Cosplay Summit in Nagoya, twirling pistols and all.
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…