Tokyo Game Show Archive

  • Dark Souls II’s Collector’s Edition is Worth Dying For

    Dark Souls II’s Collector’s Edition is Worth Dying For

    Namco Bandai is killing its fans with kindness, offering not one but two special edition SKUs for Dark Souls II. There’s the Black Armor Edition, a limited edition copy of the game that comes as a free upgrade with all pre-orders, while supplies last. This […]

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  • Turtle Beach Unleashes the Ear Force on Wii U

    Turtle Beach Unleashes the Ear Force on Wii U

    Turtle Beach, in collaboration with Nintendo, is bringing a pair of affordable entry level stereo headsets to market this holiday season alongside the launch of the Wii U, offering built-in chat and volume control features to block out audio distractions while playing games directly on […]

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  • Creating Custom Combos in Remember Me

    Creating Custom Combos in Remember Me

    The Combo Lab is one of the unique new combat features Capcom and Dontnod Entertainment are bringing to the third-person action/adventure genre with upcoming original IP, Remember Me. By pausing the game at any time, players will be able to enter the Combo Lab to […]

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  • Raiden Rises at TGS

    Raiden Rises at TGS

    Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance has never looked, sounded, or felt more like a Metal Gear game than it does in this new trailer from the Tokyo Game Show. Sure it has the unmistakable PlatinumGames flair with all the crazy swordplay and slow-mo manual body party […]

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  • Dragon’s Dogma DLC Expansion Arises From the Dark Next Year

    Dragon’s Dogma DLC Expansion Arises From the Dark Next Year

    Capcom’s flawed yet massive and deeply addictive open-world RPG is here to stay, expanding with fresh new content through the remainder of 2012 and into 2013. By the end of the year, Dragon’s Dogma will receive Speedrun and Hard modes via a free content update, […]

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  • Is Sony’s New PS3 Slim a Missed Opportunity?

    Is Sony’s New PS3 Slim a Missed Opportunity?

    Sony rolled into TGS this week with a shiny new PS3 remodel to show off. PS3 “Slim” 2.0, if you will. It’s lighter, smaller, has a grooved top surface and a sliding door panel to a top-loading disc tray. Oh, and it’s more expensive. Typically […]

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