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Holiday 2011 can’t come any sooner.
Capcom just released new gameplay videos showing Tron Bonne and X-23 in action. The TGS trailer also reveals the return of the infamous MvC2 character select music.
Famitsu released new screenshots of The Last Guardian. This game looks so beautiful…
Capcom liked the work of Blue Castle Games so much that they’re buying the developer.
Tecmo Koei announced Ninja Gaiden 3 at TGS behind closed doors. Let’s hope PS3 owners don’t have to wait for the release of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 3 to get their hands on this title.
Capcom is working with CyberConnect2 to unleash Asura’s Wrath.
Ninja Theory is collaborating with Capcom to reboot the Devil May Cry series. Did you see that one coming?
EA have announced Shadows of the Damned, a collaboration between Shinji Mikami (Resident Evil, Vanquish) and Suda51 (No More Heroes). Shadows of the Damned is a heavily stylised psychological action thriller due for release in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Will Sega announce Valkyria Chronicles 3 for the PS3? Let’s hope so.
The long wait for more news on Team ICO’s next project, The Last Guardian, will be coming to an end at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. Creator Fumito Ueda will be presenting the game to a crowd of salivating journalists at the event next week. Better bring a towel.
Nippon Ichi Software will be revealing the next Disgaea game at the Tokyo Game Show in September. It will be the second game in the series to be released on PlayStation 3, the last being Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice which came out at the beginning of last year.
Not much is known about White Knight Chronicles 2 at this point. However, screenshots do reveal some interesting tidbits about the game.
Can’t physically be at the Tokyo Game Show this year to see PixelJunk Shooter in action? PlayStation Home to the rescue! The virtual TGS booth for the PixelJunk series is now available to explore…in Japan.
We have a video of not only the TGS booth, but also the PixelJunk Museum itself. Be prepared to see lots of colors, glitching, and really neat PixelJunk Monsters artwork.
Yesterday we reported on the news that both LittleBigPlanet and Resident Evil 5 had been demoed with Sony’s unnamed motion controller at TGS 09.
If you wanted to see it for yourselves, you will be glad …
Assassin’s Creed II is high on our list of must-have titles for the forthcoming holiday season, so any time we’re treated to a new trailer we tend to sit up and take notice.
Today is no exception as we bring you the very latest trailer, direct from the TGS showfloor.
Tokyo Game Show 2009 is going well; Sony had a strong press conference, revealing new details on the Motion Controller and a number of surprise additions to the list of compatible games.
The good news isn’t restricted to the Sony camp, either. Capcom have revealed a slew of new information for the upcoming Lost Planet 2. Screens, info and a trailer are all present and correct. We’ve even done the hard part and sifted through it all for the most interesting details!
Final Fantasy is known for its beautiful music and the newest trailer for FFXIV gives just that. Oh and it shows new footage of the game, too.
A closer look at the trailer reveals an interesting tidbit of what could be included in the game. Not only that, but news of a beta test might come sooner than later.
LittleBigPlanet isn’t the only game to be getting the motion control treatment. Capcom’s popular Resident Evil 5 will also be gaining motion controls similar to the styles of Resident Evil 4 on the Wii. Demoed on stage at the Sony press conference, Jun Takeuchi showed off the game using Sony’s new controller.
Showed off during Sony’s Tokyo Game Show press conference was a demo of LittleBigPlanet using the upcoming motion controller. In this Co-op mode, one player will control Sackboy while the other will manipulate the environment so that Sackboy can reach the end of each puzzle filled level. Of course, it wouldn’t be LittleBigPlanet if you couldn’t fool around some.