• Check Out This Ni No Kuni 2 Trailer From Tokyo Game Show

    2 monthes ago - By GameInformer

    During Sony's TGS press conference, a trailer for Level 5 and Bandai Namco's Ni no Kuni 2 played with mostly new footage.
    Set one hundred years after the original game, Ni no Kuni 2 tells the story of a war between cat and mouse tribes. The mouse tribe usurps the throne held by the cat tribe, exiling boy king protagonist Evan Tildrum, who undertakes a quest to get his castle back from the mice.
    Check out the trailer below and look out for Ni no Kuni 2 on PlayStation 4 and PC on January 19, 2018.
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  • Monster Hunter World Release Date Set for Early Next Year

    Monster Hunter World Release Date Set for Early Next Year

    2 monthes ago - By Game Rant

    The video game publisher and developer Capcom officially reveals the release date for its forthcoming title Monster Hunter World during Tokyo Game Show 2017.
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  • ARIKA's Tokyo Games Show trailer shows Allen Snider in action

    2 monthes ago - By Shoryuken

    Revealed back in August , the latest trailer for ARIKA's “Mysterious Fighting Game” shows the all-American karate master Allen Snider in action. His appearance in the trailer is only short, but it has him using his trademark Fire Force and Triple Break Supers.
    With ARIKA being present at Tokyo Games Show, expect more information about this mysterious fighter from those attending the show. Hopefully, Allen is fully playable so attendees can get to grips with the high-kicking hero. Seeing as the beta for this fighter is scheduled for later this year, be prepared for potential news on when...
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  • Shadow of the Colossus PS4 Remake Gets Nostalgic 1080p Screenshots

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    Sony Interactive Entertainment shares a new Tokyo Game Show gallery of screenshots for the upcoming Shadow of the Colossus PS4 remake.
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  • Dynasty Warriors 9 Release Window Announced

    2 monthes ago - By IGN

    Dynasty Warriors 9 will be launching in early 2018.
    Koei Tecmo Europe has revealed the launch window for the upcoming Dynasty Warriors 9 as part of Tokyo Game Show 2017.
    The game will be coming in early 2018 and, as revealed last month, will launch on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.
    Further to the announcement a trailer was released, detailing some of the new features available in the game.
    As well as giving a glimpse of the game's Three Kingdoms narrative and a number of new environments, a brand new feature called the State Combo system is introduced.
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  • Final Fantasy 9: une version en haute-définition sur PS4

    Final Fantasy 9:  une version en haute-définition sur PS4

    2 monthes ago - By Be Geek

    Square Enix a annoncé le retour du neuvième épisode de Final Fantasy sur PS4 lors de la conférence de Sony au Tokyo Game Show 2017.
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  • TGS 2017: Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain Announced

    2 monthes ago - By IGN

    Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain has been announced for PlayStation 4.
    The game was revealed during Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show briefing - it's being developed by Yuke's and published by D3.
    A reveal trailer has also dropped, showcasing some of the series' staple bug-fighting action - but it also looks to add a more grounded tone than other light-hearted entries in the series.
    Publisher D3 is calling Iron Rain "new territory" for the franchise as it looks to move away from its "traditional" style. This can be seen in the trailer, as our narrator delivers despondent lines including "war is all...
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  • Tokyo Game Show: the big reveals from Sony's press conference

    Tokyo Game Show: the big reveals from Sony's press conference

    2 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Sony kicked off the 2017 Tokyo Game Show with its press conference on September 19, taking its time in limelight to highlight some of the PlayStation 4 and PSVR titles we can expect over the next year. Like E3 2017, much of Sony's press conference was taken up by trailers for games old and new, with familiar footage from titles such as Call of Duty: WWII , Red Dead Redemption 2 and the upcoming Shadow of the Colossus remake. Admittedly, Tokyo Game Show isn't known for show-stopping announcements; Sony primarily uses it to focus on titles and announcements that will be of interest and...
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