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Video: See Yo-Kai Watch 4 Running On Switch With This 10-Minute Gameplay Video And Trailer

Added: 12.10.2018 16:15 | 3 views | 0 comments


Two videos for the price of none.
Level 5 has today shared two videos for on Nintendo Switch, giving us plenty of gameplay footage to sink our teeth into ahead of its upcoming release.
The video above is the Tokyo Game Show 2018 trailer for the game. This gives us a quick look at some of the gameplay elements you can expect to enjoy when the title releases, although much of it is expanded upon in the additional video down below. There, you'll find an extended look at the game’s combat system and free-roam exploration.
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Tokyo Game Show 2018: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown VR Hands On | CGM

Added: 10.10.2018 17:07 | 5 views | 0 comments

Ace Combat 7s VR is not just a side attraction. Fully built out and with plenty to do, VR could be the future of the venerable combat flight simulator franchise.

From: n4g.com

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Hands On - Tokyo Game Show 2018 | CGM

Added: 09.10.2018 17:05 | 7 views | 0 comments

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is the first entry in the franchise in seven years, and one that should excite longtime fans.

Sega Wants To Meet Fan Expectations, But Unsure About Inclusion Of Jet Set Radio In AGES Line

Added: 08.10.2018 3:00 | 10 views | 0 comments


Did the game composer influence the poll?
If you recall the poll Sega ran prior to this year's Tokyo Game Show asking fans what games they wanted to see adapted to the AGES line, you'll no doubt remember the series . This technically covered the original game released on the Dreamcast in 2000 and also the sequel arriving on Microsoft's Xbox in 2002.
Sega AGES producer Kagasei Shimomura has now said just because the Dreamcast release topped the list, doesn't mean it will necessarily get ported. In saying this, he still wishes to fulfill fan expectations. M2 President Naoki Horii reiterated Shimomura's point by saying how he would try his best to make Dreamcast ports happen. Japanese publication Famitsu suggested the main reason the Jet Set Radio series topped the list in the first place is because Hideki Naganuma - the composer of the games - asked the fanbase to nominate it.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

IGN UK Podcast: Live(ish) From Tokyo!

Added: 28.09.2018 7:33 | 11 views | 0 comments

All the best bits of the Tokyo Game Show plus some other weird Japanese stuff. Fun!

From: feeds.ign.com

Feature: Five Lessons From The Tokyo Game Show 2018

Added: 27.09.2018 11:00 | 13 views | 0 comments


Take note.
2018’s Tokyo Game Show wrapped up last weekend, and we were lucky enough to be in attendance. While PAX, E3, Gamescom and EGX have their own flavour, none of them quite match TGS for sheer uniqueness; perhaps that's a cultural thing - the Japanese do things very differently to the west - or maybe it's because the TGS lacks any kind of surprise factor as the majority of the AAA games have already been seen at other events around the globe. As a result, the excitement void is filled with original content that would perhaps be ignored elsewhere, but can truly shine here. Then there's the cosplay; nobody does cosplay like Japan does cosplay.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

DualShockers Tokyo Game Show 2018 Awards -- Devil May Cry 5 Wins in Style

Added: 25.09.2018 11:05 | 14 views | 0 comments

The smoke has cleared around Makuhari Messe, and Tokyo Game Show 2018 has ended, with Devil May Cry 5 coming out of the event as the clear winner.

Psikyo's Strikers 1999 Bringing More Shmup Action To The Switch

Added: 25.09.2018 5:10 | 12 views | 0 comments


Finally confirmed.
The Switch eShop already has a healthy selection of shoot 'em up games and soon there will be another one added to the digital library. Psikyo's arcade title Strikers 1999 (also known as Strikers 1945 III) appears to be on the way.
The news was teased a while ago, and following this year's Tokyo Game Show has now been confirmed by the Zerodiv president. The game is a sequel to Strikers 1945 II and was first released in 1999. Just like every other shmup on the market, you'll have to save the world from an outer space invasion.
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From: www.nintendolife.com

SNK's Yasuyuki Oda Unsure About One-Hit Mechanic In A Metal Slug Reboot

Added: 25.09.2018 4:00 | 14 views | 0 comments


Could modern audiences handle it?
The first game was released by SNK way back in 1996. Back then, games were considered to be a lot more relentless. Commonly, a single hit would result in a character's immediate death. The Metal Slug series was not much different in this respect, but also upped the stakes with multiple enemies trying to take you out with dangerous projectiles.
During an interview at the Tokyo Game Show with DualShockers, SNK's Game Division Deputy General Manager Yasuyuki Oda reflected on the challenging nature of the Metal Slug series, while at the same time asking if modern fans would actually be happy with a reboot containing such ruthless mechanics:
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From: www.nintendolife.com

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