Nicaea's back in service!
At long last, Atlus has uploaded a new video on Nicaea that covers Devil Survivor 2: Break Record's visuals. Originally, the game was supposed to come out during the Fall Season back in 2013 for the 3DS, but Atlus decided to...
It's time to go to war!
For a second, it seemed that Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax's Sega characters for the title's PS3 and Vita release were limited to Virtua Fighter. Lo and behold, Selvaria and Alicia are now joining the game's roster. While I...
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
MonHun plus Taiko Drum Master equals absolute cuteness!
As the West continues to wait for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate's arrival, the people at Capcom have revealed that the game is receiving some items that are based off of Sonic the Hedgehog and Taiko Drum Master. While the former ...
My jaw is firmly planted on the floor
I know, there's all sorts of exciting new games we've never heard of yet being announced at Tokyo Game Show this year. However, any readers that know me at all, know exactly what I was waiting for. New content from From Soft...
All hail the PC Master Race
I think it's safe to say that I'm in the minority when I say I actually liked the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy. They were flawed and the whole Fabula Nova Crystalis affair smacked of troubling hubris on the part ...
Is your body ready?
Well, it took 'em long enough - the better part of a decade - but it looks like ordinary players might actually see Final Fantasy XV in playable form before the heat death of the universe. And it might even be fun, judg...
Just don't end up like Ashita no Joe
I've never been much into boxing. It always looked so painful to watch two dudes (or ladies) smack each other in the face, even if the faces being smacked weren't mine per se. That said, boxing fiction is rife with tales of ...
And I mean everything!
It wasn't all about a fifth Persona game, y'know! Quite a bit happened when Sony took the stage just before the Tokyo Game Show opened this year, to barrage our faces with sweet trailers for games known and new, as...
Coming to PS3 and PS4
Took 'em long enough! Atlus has finally revealed Persona 5 with a gloriously vague anime trailer for the game, due out on PS3 - and PS4 - next year.
The latest mainline entry in the Persona series will be directed by Ka...
Because I know you want to know.
No game show is complete without a place where you can buy lots of branded goods. TGS is certainly no exception to that rule.
While it occupies a fairly small space on the show floor, TGS' merchandise area still has plenty of...
The character models certainly look better.
After reading countless magazine articles about the changes being made in New Atelier Rorona, it's nice to finally see them in action.
The character models look fantastic, though unfortunately it'd appear as though the envir...
A couple of gameplay videos for your everyday life.
It's no secret that Falcom's upcomingVita/PS3 JRPG, Sen no Kiseki, is my most anticipated game of the year. There's a lot of reasons for that, many of which I've gone over dozens of times in previous articles. I won't bore y...
Spoilers: they don't win.
I had the opportunity to go hands on with the most recent build of Namco Bandai's upcoming PSP/Vita hunting game, God Eater 2. Before my preview goes up however, I'm here to deliver an eight minute video of folks playing the...
Lots of craziness. Lots of Jump!
I wrote a short preview for J-Stars Victory VS earlier today, and now I have video of the game in action.
This is a complete single player match that I think does a good job of showing what J-Stars is all about. Check ...
It'll be a grand battle!
It wouldn't be a stretch to say that nearly three quarters of Namco Bandai's Tokyo Game Show booth is composed of Shonen Jump games.
Perhaps the biggest of the bunch is J-Stars Victory VS for the PS3 and the Vita. A fou...
It's time to break out the ORAs and MUDAs!
Is this a dream? Did I get transported into another dimension!? Nope, I'm still in the real world, and I'm surprised to see that Namco Bandai is planning to release JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle in Europe and Aust...
So amazing that I recorded it for all of you
This year at Tokyo Game Show, Falcom's well loved JDK Band put on a mini live performance lasting about 45 minutes. They played six songs from their library of music, including a few newer tracks and some classics.
An old favorite, reborn but not really?
I didn't exactly have high expectations for Tales of Symphonia Chronicles, but it still somehow managed to miss them by a long shot.
First, I have a confession to make. I've never actually played past the first two hours of t...
Put your guns on?!
I've never been much of a fan of Koei's Dynasty Warriors series. That isn't to say the appeal is lost on me; the idea of smashing through hundreds of weak soldiers has always been an exciting one. I suppose in my case, DW jus...
Impressions of Treasure's latest
Capcom's latest attempt at capturing the hearts and minds of Japanese children comes in the form of 3DS action game, Geist Crusher.
Developed by Treasure, makers of many a classic video game, Geist Crusher is a 3rd person act...
A taste of the show floor
Tokyo Game show is a crazy place.
It goes without saying that the show floor is constantly flooded with people running around to take a look at the next big thing. It's a sight to behold, which is why I wanted to give you fin...
Another Falcom hit?
Despite the fact that Falcom's latest JRPG, Sen no Kiseki, is hitting store shelves next Thursday, I couldn't help but hit the lines to play the demo here at TGS.
For those of you unaware, Sen no Kiseki is the sixth game in t...
Queuing like it's 2013
It goes without saying that Tokyo Game Show lines are some of the longest in the business. Fortunately for me, I managed to snake through them pretty quickly to make my way to the show floor. I can't say the same for my coll...
This seems oddly familiar
Howdy, ladies and gentlemen.
Elliot here writing to you from a hotel room in Tokyo. Tomorrow begins Tokyo Game Show 2013, and with it hopefully a blur of cool news, games, and random happenings. Like last year, I'll be runnin...
Five nights of fun, for a price.
Our good friends at Destination Japan have confirmed the details for this year's Tokyo Maximum Tour, the official tour of the Tokyo Game Show 2013. The five-night escorted tour features a visit to the Tokyo Game Show, along with a full tour of Tokyo including trips to popular hot spots such as Akihabara, and Odaiba.
More details after the jump.
Mega men and zombies and... Tekken?
I had a pretty long list of games I wanted to hit up at Tokyo Game Show this year, and Project X Zone was right at the top of it.
A crossover between Namco Bandai, Capcom and Sega characters, Project X Zone is a 3DS gam...
No seriously, just a little.
My hands on impressions of Phantasy Star Online 2 for the Vita will be going up on Destructoid sometime in the near future. Long story short, the game plays and looks great, and anybody with a Vita owes to themselves to down...
Your soul is mine!
I can't even begin to count how many times somebody told me that the upcoming Vita title, Soul Sacrifice, was their game of Tokyo Game Show 2012. Having played the game for myself, I can certainly understand why that's the case though.
I sat down with two other members of the press and together we tackled Soul Sacrifice for the first time.
It was glorious.
Except without the sounds.
With the business days of Tokyo Game Show finished, the show opened up today to the public. Having heard terrifying stories, I decided to avoid today and tomorrow's show out of fear of being murdered by the massive crowds. Co...
More like 'Game of the Year Rush', am I right?
I'm of the view that Gravity Rush is, and remains, one of the best games on the PS Vita, and worth a play, regardless of what you think of it in the end. Destructoid's Jim Sterling might not have cared for it&n...